This half-day workshop is highly interactive and focuses on developing the critical skills for effective decision making. The session is designed to help individuals understand their strengths in relation to processing information and making decisions based on agreed criteria. The session will also help individuals discover their decision making biases and challenges so they can mitigate against these causing ineffective decisions.
Participants will explore the science of decision making and the three elements involved within the brain (the input engine, the logic engine and the decision engine).
Each engine works differently for different people, participants will learn how their unique brain is geared to configuration and how to maximise the decision making process through input, rationale, criteria and application readiness.
The workshop will consist of three elements.
- Workshop activities
- Post-work exercises to improve Decision Making
On completion of this workshop participants will:
- Understand how they make decisions
- Identify their unconscious biases
- Be able to apply proven problem solving techniques
- Be able to increase the speed at which they review information and apply criteria
- Have a framework to identify objective and subjective elements within the decision making process
- Be able to optimise their decision making processes
- Be able to communicate decisions and rationale with clarity
- Be able to apply influencing techniques to achieve buy in for their decisions
Who should attend?
- Those who want to understand the science behind decision making
- Those who want to understand their own decision making process and biases and learn how to improve their decision making process