Deft and Decisive Decision-making
We make decisions all the time: what to eat; what to wear; whether or not that’s the right e-mail to send our boss or client. Many of our decisions are instinctive and logical, honed over years of practice and getting a “good” (however we define that) result for ourselves. However at work we come up against new situations all the time, many needing speedy decisions for which we have no precedent. What to do? Prevaricate and hope it works itself out? No. Hope someone else will do it? No. Phone a friend? Sometimes, yes!
- Three types of decision you'll have to make now or in the future
- The practical stages you'll need to work through to get a good decision
- Tools for each stage e.g. brainstorming ideas and how to evaluate them
- The human component - both how we as intuitive and emotional beings make decisions, and how others' needs should be taken into account (and the best way to go about that)
HOW WE DO IT
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Grab Your GremlinGrab Your Gremlin
Humans are hard-wired to avoid danger, and part of our early-warning system is our self-limiting voice, or Gremlin. Unfortunately, it’s more like a faulty alarm system, in that it sees danger where there is none, only discomfort and challenge. Here we learn not to fear but to adore, our Gremlin, moving through the discomfort to action, ability and confidence.
Accentuate the PositiveAccentuate the Positive
Being able to manage your emotions is a sign of good emotional intelligence and a key criterion for leaders. You’re intelligent – of course. You’re good at your job – that goes without saying. You’re great at helping others recognise and manage their emotions…..are you? And do you stay the course when things get tough, in a way that’s productive and helpful for yourself and those around you? This session helps develop your Emotional and Resilience Quotients, as well as helping others through change.
The 4 Stages of A BD MeetingThe 4 Stages of A BD Meeting
How do you conduct that all important meeting? Moving relationships forward at meetings is about getting what you want, to be sure. But achieving that depends on your ability to create rapport, ask the right questions, pitch effectively and ask for what you want. All elegantly of course, paying close attention to the personality and social style of your prospect.