Welcome Webinar (Online): 09 November 2020
Facilitated Workshop 1(Online): 23 & 24 November 2020
Webinar (Online): 04 January 2021
Facilitated Workshop 2 (Online): 18 January 2021
Programmes taking place on-site at IMI’s campus will be delivered in accordance with the most up-to-date HSE & Government guidelines.
Why choose this programme?
Leaders are judged by their decisions, and organisation’s are defined by them.
Challenge your assumptions and transform the way you approach decision-making with our Leadership Decision Making programme and begin navigating complexity with ease.
Phase 1 of Leadership Decision Making will challenge your assumptions on how you make decisions, what impact your decisions make, and what inherent biases you possess that cloud your decision-making process. You will leave phase 1 with a deeper appreciation of effective decision-making components, and the real challenges leaders face in practice.
Phase 2 of the development journey will give you the opportunity to apply your developed decision-making to real-world situations, reviewing your own and your organisation’s current decision-making ability. You will be supported by an External Coach to reflect and iterate. Online content bursts, digital nudges and curated discussions will stimulate deeper thinking and habit-forming behaviours.
The final phase of the development journey will see you fuse what you’ve learned into ongoing practice as you effectively navigate complex decisions. An External Coach will support participants post programme. Your journey doesn’t end at 10 weeks. Leaders make on average over 1,000 decisions per day and your newly-fused decision-making behaviours will impact all of these.
Make your decision-making faster, better and more consistent. Frame decision-making situations to make more informed, swift choices.
Throw light on what you can’t see by exploring your inherent biases. Explore methods to open up new angles to your thinking.
Support your organisation’s decision-making across the board. Apply influencing skills to drive decision-making in an organisational context.