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DECISION MAKING STYLES - November 11th, 2011

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Identify the different styles you use most often to assess your personal decision making style.
Which one are you currently using to help you declare a major?

Write down the decision-making styles you have used most often in the past and give an example of how you used it.

o Impulsive: Little thought or examination, taking the first alternative, don't "look before you leap."

o Fatalistic: Letting the environment decide, leaving it up to fate, "it's in the cards."

o Compliant: Let someone else decide following someone else's plans, "anything you say, sir."

o Delaying: Taking a moratorium, postponing thought and action, "I'll cross that bridge later."

o Agonizing: Getting lost in all the data, getting overwhelmed with analyzing alternatives, "I don't know what to do."

o Planning: Using a procedure so that the end result is satisfying, a rational approach with a balance between cognitive and emotional, "weighing the facts."

o Intuitive: A mystical, preconscious choice, based on "inner harmony," it feels right.

o Paralysis: Accepting responsibility but unable to approach it, "can't face up to it."

o Deviant: Asking the advice of others but then doing the opposite of what is suggested. "I’m going to do it my way."


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Planning, being confident with thoughts, trusting instincts and intuition is a key!
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Planning, being confident with thoughts, trusting instincts and intuition is a key!

Was that your way of decision making?
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