Here are a few points that might help you.
1. Identify the simple Decision Making Model
Objective, Context, Options, Consequences, Priorities, Review, Implement
2. Recognise the benefits of following the model
3. Identify how to implement the various stages of the model
Who, What, Why, Where and when
4. Explain the importance of making the right decisions within the working environment
Analysis vs Complexity // Caution vs Courage
At this end of your 'Decision Making Process' training session your participants should be able to:
Identify the key elements of the Decision Making process
Distinguish the 7 key steps of the Decision Making
Recognise the benefits of using this approach
Step One: Identify the Decision to be made
Step Two: Know Yourself (Self-Assessment)
Step Three: Begin Identifying Options (Career Exploration)
Step Four: Gather Information and Data
Step Five: Evaluate Options that will Solve the Problem
Step Six: Select One of the Options
Step Seven: Design a Course of Action to Implement the Decision
All the best!!!
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