Making decisions is the fulcrum upon which your organization
succeeds or fails. If you are a decision maker, you need this
valuable system for making the best decisions in every circumstance.
Good decision makers are not born, they are developed. In this
course, you will use a matrix to make decisions in the most
vexing situations. You will develop a skill that will bring you the reputation
as a top leader in your organization.
Decision, then action equals results.
No decisions‹no results.
Learn how to make the right ones.
Do you think you need to take a course to make educated and
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If you checked "I'm not sure," you need this course!
You Will Learn How To:
- Reduce complex situations into their most dynamic parts
- Avoid the mistakes of those who make poor decisions or
no decisions at all
- Make decisions based on a repeatable format for success
- Take ownership of your decisions without fear of loss
- Make mid-course corrections allowing each decision to
come to a successful conclusion
- Develop the skills and knowledge necessary to confidently
make the "right" decisions
- Communicate your decision most effectively
- Gather information and arrive at the best decision based
on a few key points
- Negotiate decision-making alternatives
You Will Benefit By:
- Becoming known as a leader through your ability to make
- Gaining confidence in your ability to create positive
outcomes in difficult circumstances
- Being viewed as a highly valuable asset to your organization
and enhancing your own chances for advancement
- Moving your people and your corporation rapidly toward
more successful results
- Developing your own model for decision making that you
can use and refer to on a regular basis
- Saving time and energy
Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for managers and those people who want
to be managers. This is a MUST for project managers and key
people charged with making things happen, such as supervisors
and team leaders. This course is imperative for employees shooting
for management, as well as anyone whose job description puts
them in a position to make decisions.