Learn the 5-step science-based method for making quick decisions effectively

What you will learn

Learn how to make decisions quickly and successfully

Identify when you should make decisions quickly, and when you should take more time

Determine the kind of information you need to make quick decisions

Adopt a 5-step process for making the best quick decisions

Description

This short course will help you gain a 5-step method for making quick decisions effectively.

This method stems from behavioral science research, drawing on the instructor’s background as a professor in the Decision Sciences Collaborative at Ohio State University. He applied it successfully in his 20 years of consulting, coaching, and training for mid-size and large companies to help leaders and staff at all levels make decisions in the workplace profitably, quickly, and successfully.

“How to make decisions quickly” was a question audience members asked so often in the instructor’s trainings and keynotes that he developed a resource to help them do so. After all, making good choices is key to professional success. Often we have to do so quickly, especially for day-to-day matters where it’s sufficient to make a “good enough” decision, where it’s not worth the time and efforts to make the best possible choice.

The key to making good decisions – whether as an individual or as part of an organizational policy – involves avoiding many subtle dangerous judgment errors. Scholars in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral economics call these cognitive biases. These mental blindspots lead to disastrous consequences in our professional and personal lives. Fortunately, recent decision science scholarship has shown how simple yet effective strategies will enable you to recognize where you and/or others on your team are vulnerable to cognitive biases.

Perhaps the easiest and quickest technique takes only 5 minutes: asking 5 key questions about a given decision that will enable you to avoid the large majority of mental blindspots while maximizing the likelihood of making a “good enough” decision and implementing it well.

That’s what this course is about: learning the 5 questions, the science behind them, and how to apply these questions to your context.

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Content

Video on “5 Steps to Making the Best Quick Decisions”

Video on “5 Steps to Making the Best Quick Decisions”

Article on “5 Steps to Making the Best Quick Decisions”

Article on “5 Steps to Making the Best Quick Decisions”

Video on “Assessment on Dangerous Judgment Errors in the Workplace”

Video on “Assessment on Dangerous Judgment Errors in the Workplace”

Article on “Assessment on Dangerous Judgment Errors in the Workplace”

Article on “Assessment on Dangerous Judgment Errors in the Workplace”

Article on “Autopilot vs. Intentional Decision-Making”

Article on “Autopilot vs. Intentional Decision-Making”