While striving for perfecting the decision-making process, a leader cannot be paralysed with the fear of making a wrong decision.
Recognising wrong decisions, although a part of leadership, is better than regretting having made no decision at all.
However, recognising wrong decisions made in the past must have its own time and place… but never during the process itself.
Wallowing in wrong decisions that have been made will merely impede one’s ability to survive the decision-making process.
A leader’s duty is his solitary guide and never to be made subservient to his expectations. Anticipation of result, whether negative or positive, takes away from one’s focus on duty.