Decisions should not be made “from the hip”. Make sure that decisions go through a proper decision-making process to mature. Decisions become good when you include sufficient sources of information for decision-making. Also form a good understanding of the interplay of forces in the environment on which your decisions affect. Be aware of the impact of physiological aspects in the decision-making process. Promote a communication culture in which decisions can be prepared in open discourse. And establish a formal decision-making process that ensures that all stages of decision-making are carefully navigated.