BAD CHOICES - The Have You Ever? Game + After Dark Edition
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People who don’t give in to social context are the ones who don’t need approval from others to tell them what a good decision is. Even if it means opposing and standing to everyone else, they aren’t afraid to do it. They don’t give in to peer pressure and groupthink. They aren’t afraid to stand out. They place more emphasis on being right than being liked. They don’t make decisions based on social approval.
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If you have posed the video questions during the clip you may feel that there is no need for additional discussion here. However, KS2 pupils may benefit from delving a little deeper and considering some of the following questions about the video:
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I knew that my team was making a bad choice, but I went along with the popular opinion. It costed my company a lot of money. If only I had gathered the courage to speak at the time.” Joseph Folkman is the president of Zenger/Folkman, a leadership development consultancy. He is a coauthor of the October 2011 HBR article “ Making Yourself Indispensable” and the book The Trifecta of Trust: The Proven Formula for Building and Restoring Trust (River Grove, 2022).Connect with Joe on LinkedIn.
This is really helpful to me. Yes, there is a part of me which made a decision that now looks more than a little risky. But I have to respect that part of me, and follow up the decision positively- I won’t leave him Likewise, when we are late and rushing our attention becomes fragmented. We can’t concentrate on the important decision.