Hiring managers are seeking greater decision-making skills in new hires. Companies want employees who can think critically, act appropriately, and succeed in ambiguous situations.
Frequency of the word 'decision-making' in the big job bank, Indeed.com, has increased by over 50% in the past two years. This confirms the CareerBuilder/Harris Interactive survey results I posted here. (Indeed.com claims to have posted 1.2 million new jobs in the past week.)
How would you convince a hiring manager during a job interview that you are a good decision-maker? What examples would you use?