Use this to help you understand better the likely reaction of stakeholders to your decisions.
Daniel Goleman’s work on emotional intelligence (EI) resides very much on the right of Tannenbaum and Schmidt’s (see Model 5) continuum of decision-making styles.
Self-awareness: Strong managers know their strengths and weaknesses, what they stand for and how others perceive and react to them. This knowledge provides the bedrock for their self-confidence which is essential for decision makers.
Self-regulation: Managers must be aware of what triggers irrational responses in them and ...