It is often said that if a company does not move forward, it moves backwards.

The reason behind that is that in today’s environment, the concept of standing still is dismissed. Without a clear idea of where the company was, where it is now, and where it is headed, the top management might want to maintain the status quo, a way of doing business that can only drag the company/team down. Teams and their managers that have advanced decision-making skills have a unique power to help build a company, and thus stand out from the competition. 

This training can help participants clarify the stages in the decision-making process, the critical points in the process itself, and most importantly, what the key values are on the basis of which we most often make decisions.

Upon completion of the training participants will be able to:

  • Define a problem;
  • Distinguish causes from symptoms;
  • Explain the problem-solving model;
  • Describe the different ways in which decisions can be made;
  • Successfully apply practical tools for problem-solving and decision making;
  • Avoid common pitfalls in decision making.