An important step in making better decisions is learning about yourself and acknowledging bad decisions you have made. While you shouldnâ€™t dwell on past mistakes, you can learn significant lessons from unsuccessful experiences. Effective leaders are not afraid to take responsibility for plans that didnâ€™t work out and take steps to make things better.
In this discussion, think about a time you have made a poor decision for a group. Think about a decision you have made that impacted your family, colleagues, friends, or community. In your initial post, address the following:
- What was the context and decision you made?
- What was your decision-making style?
- What went wrong?