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How Stress Leads to Good Leaders Making Bad Decisions

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Article:
"Why Do Leaders Make Bad Decisions?"
http://hbr.org/2009/02/why-good-leaders-make-bad-decisions/ar/1

In the article it has a paragraph regarding "Raising the Red Flag". My question is how might workplace stress be related to raising the red flag. Please provide examples.

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Red flag conditions are described as factors that distort emotional tags or encourage individuals to see a pattern that is false. The American Institute of Stress (2014) has found that workplace stress is often caused by the perception of having little control with a large amount of responsibilities. The first and most familiar flag condition is inappropriate self-interest which connects emotions and information and then changes how we perceive them. In the case of workplace stress, it can be a contributing ...

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323 words on how workplace stress can contribute to 'raising the red flag' and lead to a good leader making a poor decision.

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