Making Decisions That Result in Success
Poor leaders are indecisive leaders. Great leaders make decisions and then back themselves, their people and the outcomes. They continually make insightful judgement calls to act, with the right intent and for the greater good.
Simply put, great leaders make great decisions.
However, making continual strategic and tactical decisions can be daunting as they come with risks and can be fraught with self-doubt that can lead to procrastination.
This workshop will decode leadership decisiveness and help you to use both creative and critical decision-making tools and templates. Here you will gain the confidence to make innovative decisions that matter and result in success.
- Why decisiveness is critical to leadership credibility
- How to utilise the creative and the critical thinking stages
- Establishing your leadership intuitiveness for critical decisions
- Building in risk and failure as a part of success
- Learning how to stay in the question
- Maximising decisions using De Bono’s ‘Six Hats’ model