In today's fast-paced environment, decisions need to be made swiftly and accurately. While many top executives won't publicize it, intuition is a key part of their decision-making success. A survey by executive search firm Christian & Timbers showed that, among 601 executive at Fortune 1000 companies,
55% perceive that they base their decisions on facts and figures,
while 45% say they rely more heavily on their intuition.
“The crazier the times are, the more important it is for leaders to develop and to trust their intuition,” suggests management guru, Tom Peters. Once thought of as the domain of the "gifted
few," intuition is in fact, readily available to us all.
It can be an important component in making hiring decisions, motivating staff, increasing sales, accessing partnerships and predicting industry trends. More
Article by Lynn A. Robinson, professional intuitive, author, and speaker.