Every day, we are faced with dozens of decisions – big and small…important and seemingly insignificant. This one-day workshop presents participants with science and anecdotes that demonstrate effective ways for examining issues, coming to conclusions and solving difficult problems. The workshop takes an active and practical approach to the issues by allowing participants to work on their own decisions and problems to practice the skills immediately.
- Identify the top psychological roadblocks to effective decision-making
- Determine effective solutions for the roadblocks
- Practice the “Z” Method for decision-making
- Discuss various models and how it applies to your work and personal life
- Determine which tips you will apply to your situation
- What are the common characteristics of good decision-makers?
- What decisions am I facing, right now?
- What does the research tells about our biases?
- What can we do to overcome these biases?
- What models and tools are available for me to begin using, immediately?
- What is my plan, moving forward?
Who Should Attend
- Individuals interested in finding new ways to build trustful relationships
- Intact teams looking for a new, engaging way to tackle this issue
- Leaders who are searching for a methodology to bring out the best in their team