“We seem to be bogged down in detail, how can I get my team to focus on the most important decisions?”
Decisions are often seen as isolated, at times reactive actions prompted by a set of circumstances. Decision makers almost feel it is a part of their skill set to cope with an onslaught of decisions, rapidly taken to deal with situations. This can develop into a culture of 'fire-fighting”, where bigger picture decisions receive an insufficient amount of time.
Decisions however, should be seen as a work-stream where creating a conscious decision agenda will be essential in achieving quality decision making. By building a structured process, which only requires a day at most of the management time, will ensure a quick, simple but effective approach in achieving a quality decision. Most importantly, it also ensures the precious time of senior management is focused on the biggest impact decisions.
The session will provide a comprehensive review of:
- Six elements of a quality decision
- Six steps to focus and prioritize decisions
- How to create a conscious decision agenda
- How to avoid the fire-fighting culture in decision making
First 15-20 minutes is for networking
Light breakfast included
This event is hosted by the Human Resources Committee