An organization’s continued success requires a cadre of leaders and professionals skilled in the art and science of making good decisions
Decision-making is the one task shared by every leader and professional in an organization
Leaders and professionals will not always make good decisions
Making good decisions in challenging circumstances can be a learned skill
Helps develop specific strategies essential for good decision making
the key to success
making the right decision
Decision Mojo – Are we making the right decision? What traps might get in the way? An organization’s continued success requires a cadre of leaders and professionals skilled in the art and science of making good decisions.”
Who has the “D”? Are we making the right decision? What traps might get in the way?
“An organization’s continued success requires a cadre of leaders and professionals skilled in the art and science of making good decisions.”
There is no activity more fundamental to personal and organizational success than decision-making. It is the one task shared by every leader and professional in an organization. It is also how they individually and collectively earn their keep.
Yet there is never a guarantee that leaders and professionals will always make good decisions, even in the most benign circumstances. Being able to consistently make high-quality decisions in challenging circumstances is an even rarer skill.
Drawing on the most recent research in neuroscience, decision theory and behavioral economics, Decision Mojo™ helps us recognize key cognitive traps that can cause suboptimum decisions. It then teaches a number of specific strategies for avoiding the traps and making more effective decisions.
Specifically, during the Decision Mojo™ workshop participants learn:
- About key decision traps such as Anchoring, Frame Blindness, Availability, Sunk Cost/Loss Aversion, Snap Judgment Error, Groupthink, Information Overdose,
- False Analogy, Self Interest/Attachment, Status Quo Bias, Confirming Evidence and Overconfidence
When these traps are likely to occur and how they can impact a decision or recommendation
- How to apply the 8 Disciplines of Decision Acumen to improve effectiveness in both organizational and personal decision situations
- When to trust/not trust intuition when making a decision
- Appropriate decision-making strategies for different types of situations
Decision Mojo™ is highly experiential and practical. Throughout the workshop, key techiniques for creating immediately actionable learning are employed and participants leave the course with a set of tools to help them apply what they learned as they continue
to refine their decision-making skills.
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