Making Decisions and Solving Problems

Typical Occupational Activities -

Air Traffic Controllers look at data and make quick decisions about flight paths. Radiologists decide what the evidence on an x-ray means. Financial Services Sales Agents help their clients make decisions.

Successful performers are good at -

  • Making good decisions under pressure with limited information.
  • Predicting outcomes to options and selecting the best one.
  • Recognizing symptoms indicating a tougher problem.
  • Grasping concepts to identify potential impact.
  • Remaining calm in the face of pressures and difficulties .

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