How to Make Better Business and Personal Decisions | Recorded Webinar

HRDQ-U Webinar | How to Make Better Business and Personal Decisions

60 minutes

Everyone makes decisions. You’ve already made dozens to hundreds since waking up today. Decision-making and problem solving are important business skills and essential life skills. But when we’re faced with the occasional “big” decision, we often become tentative. We dither, over-analyze, procrastinate.

Join training expert Dr. Robert Vaughn as he will give you an understanding of how people make decisions and some important tips to help you make better, more efficient and more effective ones. You’ll learn about finding or creating useful options and how to narrow these down quickly to focus on the most viable. We’ll also cover some of the human aspects, such as whether a group decision or individual decision would work best for a given problem. We’ll end with a few ideas about getting buy-in on your decision so you can implement it effectively.

Attendees will learn

  • Describe an effective system for approaching complex decisions
  • Use some simple creativity techniques to develop viable options
  • Structure the analysis of the options in a practical manner
  • Identify other factors which may influence the decision such as technology and human issues
  • Prepare an effective implementation plan for the decision
     

Who should attend

  • Trainers and facilitators
  • Instructional designers
  • Managers and team leaders
  • Organization development professionals
  • Human resources managers
  • Management consultants

Presenter

Dr. Robert Vaughn has over 30 years of experience as a college professor, teaching all types of supervisory subjects, business & technical writing, decision making, and training skills. He has also had responsibility for budgets of over $1 million and more than 50 direct reports over the years, as well as the startup and operation of small entrepreneurial ventures. Over the years, Bob has provided consulting and training to nearly 100 different companies and organizations. He has worked with divisions of many large companies such as General Electric, TRW, Eaton, Allen-Bradley, Babcock & Wilcox, and others, and dozens of smaller companies, as well.

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