November 8, 2017

Decision Making Training

Decision-making

Decision making can be regarded as the mental processes (cognitive process) resulting in the selection of a course of action among several alternatives.

In the corporate world every decision making process produces a final choice. The output can be an action or an opinion of choice.

Benefits of the Decision Making Course

This programme brings a robust process to assist anyone who has to make long-lasting, effective decisions.

Understand the strategy – learn to put the decision you are making in to context.

Evaluate factors – focus on the factors involved and not specifically the problem facing you to widen your options, expand your thinking and look at all options objectively.

Make the right decision – some of the best decisions carry the most potential risk. The trick is to understand the potential risks and mitigate them; whilst reinforcing success.

Communicate the message – It is not enough simply making the right decision; the right decision needs to be effectively communicated to ensure all employees buy-in to the plan. The decision taken will also require constant re-evaluation to ensure it remains successful and on track.

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