Judgement at Work

Making Better Choices

Andrew Likierman

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Good judgement is crucial for successful managers and business leaders. It governs major decisions such as recruitment and project strategy, but also shapes company culture. But how do we know whom to trust? How much risk should we take, and how far should we rely on our intuition?

Andrew Likierman, a former dean of London Business School and director of the Bank of England, has built a radical, wholly original six-part framework on how to develop and boost sound judgement. Based on a lifetime of research and applied expertise, Likierman explains how to improve your judgement, from becoming a better decision-maker to identifying judgement in others - revealing extraordinary opportunities for improvement and success at both the personal and organisational level.

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