Making good and rational decisions is good for business but what happens when our emotions affect our affect our judgement. How we feel in the moment affects the decisions we make. If we are happy we may give concessions during negotiations, sadness may mean we lose interest and somehow sabotage negotiations; anger may lead to stubborn behaviour where we won’t concede ground; fear may mean we put off decisions; and shock may make us stop taking risks, even measured risks. Find out how our emotions affect our ability to make good decisions in this SlideShare presentation.
Emotional Intelligence: Better Decision Making