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Do you trust your gut reactions when it comes to making decisions?
You may call it intuition, gut reaction, hunch, imagination or sixth sense. Whatever, until you are ready to depend on that “quick and ready insight” (Webster’s definition) that empowers you to make decisions based on “just knowing” beyond hard facts and figures, you will not function at full speed on your career path.
About 80 percent of CEOs use intuition in their decisions, according to a study at McGill University.
Albert Einstein believed that his theory of relativity was the result of Continue reading
This article comes from Common Sense at Work, an Ivy Exec contributor.
Bosses who truly want to achieve career success delegate as much responsibility and authority to their subordinates as they can handle. Therefore, they have more time and energy to advance toward their career goals by shouldering duties of greater visibility and value to their employer.
Effective subordinates take on as much responsibility and authority as they can carry. This is the way they can grow on the career path to more rewarding jobs.
This dynamic of Continue reading