Decisions and Risk
Your success as an organizational leader depends on your ability to make decisions. Even though you may have extensive experience making tough business choices, a constantly changing business environment demands relentless skill improvement. This course sheds light on the decision-making process by moving from practical methodologies to decision-making intelligence. Build both quality and commitment into your decision-making process by incorporating the information in this course.
CEOs, CFOs, COOs, presidents, vice presidents, managers, team leaders, executives, and anyone interested in risk management and decision-making
recognize the benefits of using analytical processes in making decisions.
apply knowledge of steps to take for a methodical decision-making process.
match decision-making styles with their corresponding examples.
identify the strategies that enhance decisiveness in business situations.
Making Informed Decisions
recognize the benefit of reaching decisions by using analytical methods and creative thinking.
identify situations in which analytical methods have been used for strategic decision-making.
apply what he has learned to identify creative tactics for generating ideas for decision-making.
identify the strategies that illustrate the creative-thinking process of decision-making.
recognize the benefits of safeguarding decisions.
identify situations where risk-reduction techniques decrease uncertainty in decision-making.
identify the appropriate uses of scenarios in decision-making.
identify strategies that cope with decision-making consequences for your staff.
Time to Decide
recognize the importance of actually making the decision.
identify the reasons to use team decision-making.
identify information that must be communicated when seeking support for a decision.
sequence the steps necessary to put a decision into action.
Course Number: PD0243