In our daily operations, we have to make lots of important and less important decisions, so if we are more aware of our decision-making processes, we can become much more effective.
During the training we help participants to know their own general decision-making process and connect their newly acquired knowledge to practical examples of effective problem solving.
The topics of the program:
- Decision-making styles: my style and its consequences
- Heuristics and distortions in everyday decisions
- Making decisions in practice: avoiding decision mistakes
- Making good decisions: factors and methods
- Methods and tools for decision making: from decision matrices to fish charts and beyond
- Six thinking hat: six decision-making perspectives
- Individual and group decision-making
- Creativity and constraints in decision making
As a result of the program, participants:
- can deliberately choose to apply different styles
- gain insight into the everyday challenges of decision-making and related misconceptions
- understand simple methods and techniques to increase decision-making and problem-solving efficiency in practice
- can develop practical skills that help the decision making process easier