How To Make Better, Faster Decisions At Work
This fun and practical course is the only management training with research-based tips and skills to help leaders like you make better, faster decisions at work.
The numbers don’t lie:
Decision-making is the most important part of your job. Decision-making drives 95% of business performance and 50% of employee engagement.
There is a huge opportunity for improvement! The most effective decision-makers make better decisions 92% of the time, and they do it twice as fast with half as many meetings.
Better decision-making skills will accelerate your career. Over 98% of managers fail to follow decision best practices, so get ready to join the top 2%!
It’s hard to make better, faster decisions. There are no shortcuts. But the practices are easy to learn. This course will:
Boost your decision IQ with fascinating stories, statistics, and tools.
Share practical, proven tips for making faster, better decisions.
Open awareness of decision biases and how to reduce their effects.
Give you practical exercises and assessments to hone your skills.
Look beyond the magic moment of deciding to the entire decision cycle.
The course is designed for managers and leaders looking to up-level their performance at work, including project managers, program managers, IT managers, engineering managers, product managers, marketing managers, and similar roles.
Defeat biases. Boost performance. Gain confidence. Become a better leader. Join the decision revolution!
CPE (Continuing Professional Education)
Define the importance and impact of improving decision practices.
Name common individual and group biases that affect decisions.
Determine strategies to mitigate common individual and team decision biases.
Identify the seven steps of the decision making process to improve decision practices.
Explain best practices related to each of the seven steps in the decision-making process.
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