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A+ Decision Making

Monday, August 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am • Organized By UW-Madison SBDC
Online Event

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Research has identified that when making decisions, we have a preferred “go to” process, which can be effective or ineffective given the circumstances and our audience. This training will provide participants with awareness about their decision-making preferences, the challenges or blind spots of those preferences, and how your style can impact your team. You will also learn tools to master all three styles to solve complex problems and make the decisions that will benefit the future of your organization.

Class Description

In this three-day online session, we will discuss:

  • Day 1: Pandemic-Proof Problem Solving
  • Day 2: Resistance. Change Management. 3 Ps to Decision Making
  • Day 3: Hands-On Assessment Application

Did you know that there are 3 approaches to finding solutions? When faced with a decision or a problem, our thoughts consider intrinsic, extrinsic & systemic factors.  Research shows that in decision-making, we tend to favor one more than the other, which can result in effective solutions or ineffective ones. This subconscious, and automatic preference can impact the outcome of major goals and shape how we perceive ourselves and others.

Host
Heather Ferguson
UW-Madison SBDC
(608) 263-9675
When
August 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am Add to my Calendar
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Where
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