What does it take to make sound, strategic decisions? How can objectivity be retained under pressure? What can be done to free up the cognitive bandwidth needed to make wise decisions at pace?
The secret to decision-making is practicing a clear, well-formed process. In this highly interactive workshop from Philosophy at Work, participants will learn our 8-Step Process to Wise Decisions. The steps we teach empower participants to step out and make well-formed decisions when they matter most.
A central characteristic of what it means to be human is that we have choice. This workshop celebrates that core part of our humanity, turning tough choices from well-springs of anxiety into opportunities to flourish.
“Far from being sources of agony and dread, hard choices are precious opportunities for us to celebrate what is special about the human condition.”
Ruth Chang, Philosopher
Participants will leave this Decision-Making workshop with:
- A deeper understanding of the personal preferences influencing their decisions;
- Our 8-step process for wise decision-making;
- The ability to distinguish and respond well to different types of decisions; and
- Tools for inviting others into strategic decisions.
“The session had an effective and enjoyable balance between classroom-style training and deeper philosophical discussion, and I left with clear actionable insights into the way we make decisions that I immediately implemented in my everyday work and have already made a difference.”
To start a conversation about how you can help your colleagues make their best decisions, get in touch.