Decision Making

Directive Style

When making decisions I tend to follow the directive style. People with that decision making style are practical and authoritarian, impersonal and social orientation, needs power and status, is forceful, dislikes committees and group discussions. Others sometimes perceive my decision making as rigid, impersonal, and simplistic. The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is one that allows for structured, goal-oriented, such as in bureaucracies, or where power and authority are important.