Personalizing Decision Making

Sometimes we will need to use decision-making strategies to specify goals. These are processes whereby we evaluate courses of action for resolving problems or achieving goals. These decision-making strategies provide a personalized transition into acting. They require us to address the following:

•  Problems

•  Goals

•  Values

•  Courses

•  Choices

Our helpee, Jane, is having a difficult time juggling work and family responsibilities.



We have already learned the skills of personalizing problems. To use decision-making skills we begin with a problem that we have identified. In our illustration, ...

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