Creating a Culture of Strategic Decision-Making: Skills, Tools and Strategies for Managers, Executives and Team Leaders

Course Overview

Good decision-making is the foundation of business success. Over time, better business decisions can be expected to yield better outcomes in terms of revenue, market share and profitability. Indeed, ultimately, better decisions are the only way that businesses can maximise the probability of achieving their objectives in a competitive, complex and uncertain market place.

Companies, however, do not make decisions, people do; and research has consistently revealed that the organisational environment in which individuals are situated has a profound impact on the quality of those decisions–decisions on which the success of your company depends.

Give your company a competitive edge

Perfect for both individuals and teams, this Executive Master Class provides managers, executives, team leaders, and others in a leadership role with skills, tools and strategies that can be used to create a long term culture of strategic decision-making in their company—defined as an organisational environment that is likely to result in decisions that are consistently aligned with company objectives and capabilities and maximise the probability of good outcomes.

To learn more about the program, see the Course Details section below.

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Course Details

Benefits to participants

Participants will be equipped with core, high level knowledge and skills that can be used to achieve superior outcomes throughout their managerial and executive career.

Benefits to participants' company or business

Participants who go through this course will be provided with best practice, evidence-based skills, tools and strategies that will enable them to actively create a workplace that is likely to produce better business decisions.

What participants will receive

✓ A full day of high level, engaging and interactive training that will help them and their company / business begin making better decisions immediately

✓ A fully referenced, practical, 12,000-word E-Book that can be used to help guide professional and personal decisions well into the future

✓ ‘Checklist for Practical Action’ – a highly effective tool for those who are regularly confronted with decisions of significant importance

✓ Certificate of completion

Course Outcomes

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

✓ Approach future decisions with an understanding of what constitutes a high quality business decision and why

✓ Identify a range of individual and organisational biases that can negatively impact upon organisational decision quality

✓ Help to create a culture of strategic decision-making in their organisation

✓ Improve their organisation’s capacity to respond to complex organisational and analytical challenges

✓ Improve their individual performance and add value to their organisation by consistently making better decisions

Course Structure
  • Why Develop Your Decision-Making Skills and What is a Good Decision?
  • Culture as a Decision Framework
  • Overcoming Biases: Skills, Tools and Techniques
  • Creating a Culture of Strategic Decision-Making: Leadership
  • Creating a Culture of Strategic Decision-Making: Dialogue, Advocacy and Authenticity
  • Harnessing the Power of Difference: Conflict, Diversity and Decision Quality
Who Should Attend?

This course is for managers, executives, business owners, team leaders and others who have the capacity to influence the corporate / organisational environment in which decisions are made. This course is also particularly beneficial for:

  • Management teams
  • Project managers and their staff
  • Those who have recently been promoted to a managerial, executive or other leadership position
  • Those who aspire to or are likely to be promoted to a managerial, executive or other leadership position

Equivalent 1 Full Day

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