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Decision Making for Transformational Presence Guide to making decisions that work

Author Name: Justine Chinoperekweyi | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

The ability to quickly make good decisions is the hallmark for transformational presence. The ability to make decisions that work is an essential characteristic that the world has been, and is still yelling for. The world is crying, groaning, yelling for most of us to revisit our decision-making processes to incorporate transformational presence and to incorporate even the basics of genuine transformation within ourselves and around us. This book is a transformational guide to making such decisions that work on the bigger picture.

The book introduces models and concepts to effective and transformational decision-making skills at a time when most people have put off making decisions by endlessly searching for more information or entirely outsourcing other people to offer their recommendations. There is an increasing peril of dependence in decision-making among most individuals. A fundamental question cannot be answered by someone else. Individuals, families, organizations and societies have the wisdom and capacity to champion transformation by refining their decision-making capacities. To refine that capacity, it is essential to create light within self by igniting your decision making capacity through enhancing your perception and intelligence.

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Justine Chinoperekweyi

Justine Chinoperekweyi, Ph.D Graduand, is the author of the transformative book Exceptionality Without Relapse: pathways and principles to creating an exceptional life. Justine is an adjunct Assistant Professor in Leadership and has a passion for teaching and championing true education. He is involved in higher education and organizational leadership and development in UAE and Africa. His research interests are personal leadership, banking, corporate governance, and organizational effectiveness.

Justine was born and brought up in Makoni District of Rusape in Zimbabwe. He can be contacted by email: justinechinz@yahoo.com.



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