Course Description

In today’s interconnected world, successful decision-making centers on the active involvement of those who will be impacted by that decision. As a leader, making decisions can be one of the most difficult and stressful things you can do. This interactive course is designed to equip participants with the essential skills and strategies to identify, empathize, plan, and engage with those impacted by decisions. Through a combination of discussions, scenarios, and hands on workshops, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the dynamic nature of involving people in decisions that impact them and learn practical techniques to effectively engage people in projects and decisions.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify people impacted: Learn how to identify all relevant individuals/groups and the importance of recognizing varying degrees of interest and influence.
  2. Apply the four decision model: Explore and increase your understanding of the four-decision model so you know how to apply it to real-life scenarios for effective decision making.
  3. Create a plan: By the end of the course, you will have used the knowledge gained to create your own plan tailored to the specific people/groups identified for your decision/project.

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