Be sure that the action-steps requested are doable and achievable in a timely manner.
Problem solving is easy when you know how to approach it effectively.
Your goal as an expert should be to help others turn problem solving into a habit so that they feel more empowered when future problems arise.
Many different problem-solving methods and skills have been developed over the years, and they are there for you to learn and use: You can become an expert problem solver.
Life and work are so much easier when you have the right tools to solve the problems you face.
When you solve problems you help others make more effective decisions that can improve their personal or professional lives.
And as you increase your problem-solving skills, you also increase your own confidence and value as an expert.
About the Author Written by Chris Fletcher (aka the Lease Guy).
Chris is a senior account executive at Crest Capital, where he manages vendor finance programs for manufacturers and dealers of equipment, vehicles, and software.
Don’t take your knowledge and expertise for granted. You help by moving them away from obstacles that are stunting their growth and you guide them in the right direction for expansion.
Your way of looking at things, your way of thinking, is unique, and it is based upon your own experiences, failures, and successes. To be an effective problem-solver, you need to be systematic and logical at the same time.