Can decisions be triggered by trained impulse, or are they always a process?
Marines are not known for being indecisive. In fact, they have a phrase to inhibit bad decisions under the pressure of split second timing. Most of us do not work under the pressure of whizzing bullets with bombs on every side. However, there are times when bulletins and explosive events in the work place need to be faced immediately and decisively. What’s your method for making good quick decisions? How do you face the immediate when things are going wrong and the time to respond with a decision is now?
The Marines use the phrase, “Marines don’t do that.” Here’s how it might work from a true situation. Read more →