Research shows that when we are stressed, we revert to the patterns of thinking and doing that gives us the most comfort. An intuitive leader begins to rely too much on his/her intuition while a careful leader gets swamped looking at all the data worth considering.
Here are a few examples of instances where stress plays up and influences our decisions, and what we can do to resolve it.
Many recommendations have been made to help control stress in the work environment. As we begin to see the effect it has on our decisions, it is only wise that we choose to separate decisions and stress. Find a practice that works for you to keep stress low and stay consistent in implementing it. Your decision making will surely benefit.