Decision Making

Kyleigh Tucker, Foster 8

Behavioral-Analytic Style

When making decisions I tend to follow the BEHAVIORAL and ANALYTICAL styles. People with that decision making style tend to focus on people and social aspects, focus on tasks and details, take a logical approach, consider every aspect of a problem, consider the well being of others, acquires information by careful analysis, evaluate information by using feelings and interacting with others, evaluates using information through abstract thinking, and have low tolerance for uncertainty. Others sometimes perceive my decision making as Over controlling, too careful, and concerned about others. The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is one that allows for planning or solving complex problems is important, such as science or engineering and a well-designed, people oriented collegial setting.
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