Business revolves around making decisions, often risky decisions, usually with incomplete information and too often in less time than we need. Executives at every level, in every industry, are confronted with information overload, less leeway for mistakes, and a business environment that changes rapidly. In light of this increased pressure and volatility, the old-fashioned ways of making decisions–depending on intuition, common sense, and specialized expertise–are simply no longer sufficient.
Focus: How can you make decisions that match today’s complexity, taking and coordinating many different viewpoints?
In this workshop we focus on the different skills necessary for linear decision making as opposed to skills needed in VUCA conditions, when the outcome is necessarily uncertain and cannot be predicted.
Virtuous cycles: iterating positive feedback loops, distributive decision making in participative environments
Collaborative capacity: Learn about the ability to bring together diverse perspectives
Contextual thinking: Learn about the ability to consider problems in terms of the broader systems and contexts
Formal decision making processes: Learn about the decision making scale and nature of your own decision making goal.
Interactive lecture on decision making with various dilemmas
Individual reflections, peer exercises
Presentation of various processes
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Senior executives with responsibility for larger organizational leaders Units & organizational consultants with a perspective to large-scale transformations, change agents, coaches. Decision makers at all organizational levels.
Anne Caspari. She helps in 1:1 coaching to detect unconscious patterns and resistances and to clear them out through developmental coaching. She works with executives to support them in their quest for effective leadership and career development. This is about developing the critical skills needed to confidently navigate the complexity and uncertainty that characterize today's business environment.
|Time||10:00 – 18:00|