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Decision Making

Decision Making – It’s More Than you Think!

Half-day course | Facilitator: Sue Breland

Living is a continual procession of decisions. In the workplace, leaders must be more cognizant of the effect of the decisions they make, the style of decision making they chose, who should be involved in decisions and at what point others are brought into the process. This course provides activity-based learning, tips and tools for making decisions and how to act on decisions for yourself and your organization with confidence.

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Finance and Strategy – Business Simulation – for Managers and Leaders

Two day program | Facilitator: Pamela Krueger

In this two day business simulation,leaders draw on a range of skills to meet more complex sales and marketing challenges such as competitive differentiation, falling prices, and disruptive technology. Learners gain practical experience in the use of a range of financial planning and analysis tools including cash flow forecasting, budgeting, and ratio analysis. Leaders are challenged and engaged throughout with a complete mix of learning methodologies: tactile, kinesthetic, visual, and auditory.

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Leverage Your Unique Thinking Styles – Six Thinking Hats

Full-day course | Facilitator: Lisa Bargsley

You and your team members can learn how to separate thinking into six valuable functions and roles. Each thinking role is identified with a colored symbolic “thinking hat.” By mentally wearing and switching “hats,” you can easily focus or redirect thoughts, the conversation, or the meeting. Train, Learn and Transform your teams into a more cohesive group with a common approach and understanding to thinking and problem solving.

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Solving Workplace Problems – Virtual

Online course | Facilitator: Vital Learning

This course presents a step-by-step process that combines a variety of methods to provide an effective approach for improving the current process being done and to solve complex organizational problems. Each step of the process will be explained in detail.

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