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Decision Making

Non Credit Bearing
Course Category: 
Business Skills

Duration: 1 Day
Time: 8:30am-4:00pm

“I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions.”

– Stephen Covey

 In our fast-paced business landscape, the ability to make sound decisions is paramount. Join us for a practical and thought-provoking one-day course where you'll delve into the intricacies of decision-making.

Engage in vibrant dialogues that reveal the typical oversights in decision-making processes and participate in interactive exercises designed to hone your ability to avoid these common errors. This course is dedicated to cultivating robust decision-making acumen through the adoption of a systematic approach. Be equipped with proven techniques that empower you to make decisions that are both well-informed and judicious.

Join us to master the art of decision-making and become an invaluable asset to your business by driving positive outcomes with confidence and precision.


The course will be beneficial for business professionals who want to improve their ability to make informed decisions that affect their business, including:

  • Business Executives
  • Managers and Team Leaders
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Consultants and Analysts


  • Enthusiasm and willingness to engage in decision-making with confidence
  • Methods and techniques to mindfully make decisions
  • Ability to manage biases and emotions to reduce their influence
  • Ability to make informed decisions


  • Explore the importance of decision-making in an organisation, and the impact decisions have on organisational outcomes
  • Gain insights into the complexity of decision-making and how to enhance critical-thinking skills to improve decision-making
  • Build awareness of decision-making pitfalls, including emotional and cognitive biases, to counteract these influences, ensuring clarity and objectivity 
  • Explore a structured approach to analyse and make well-informed decisions:

*  Clarify your aim (define goals and objectives), consider influencing factors, and manage potential decision-making pitfalls
*  Gather information and generate diverse options, fostering creativity
*  Evaluate options against established criteria
*  Operationalise decisions by effectively communicating and implementing chosen strategies
*  Monitor, evaluate, and adjust decisions

  • Understand the importance of continuous improvement by embracing a culture of learning

Join us to discover the right blend of instinct, knowledge, and courage that is essential in making business decisions.