Overview

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We all have to make decisions at work varying from small tactical choices to larger, more intricate decisions with far-reaching implications. Yet, making informed decisions in today’s fast-paced work environment can be demanding, particularly when many of us lack formal guidance on effective decision-making frameworks and methodologies.

This course is a solution, offering practical tools, decision frameworks, and strategies to enhance decision-making in all facets of work. Participants will acquire the expertise needed to confidently navigate the complexities of decision-making, regardless of its scale or impact.

“Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than being able to decide.”
- Napoleon

Outline

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  • The types of decisions we have to make at work
  • A practical decision-making process
  • Decision-making models and frameworks
  • Ways to evaluate options and risks
  • How to tackle bias in decision making

Outcomes

  1. Enhanced ability to make informed and timely decisions at work

  2. Critical thinking skills to analyse information, assess alternatives, and evaluate potential outcomes

  3. Strategies for collaborative decision-making in teams

Our Methodology

  • Bite-Sized

    Our sessions are short, focused and easy to make time for.

  • Interactive

    Our training style is unique and we don’t use PowerPoint. We understand that when the mind has to work, the learning sticks.

  • Evidence-Based

    Our work is backed up by evidence from psychology, behavioural economics and neuroscience.

  • Effective

    With a focus on sharing practical tools and behaviour change cues, we help integrate our teaching into the work you do, instantly.

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Testimonials

"The information was really concise, relevant and presented with warmth."
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"The materials were good and the examples used were relatable."
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"They got straight to the point, had solid theory behind them, and knew how to relate it to us. An hour was enough time to cover it."
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