In today's fast-moving and ambiguous world of work, it's no surprise that we often feel pressured and unfocussed. So how can we ensure we're confidently and strategically approaching important decisions?
"A wrong decision is better than indecision."
This focussed 60 minute session — delivered remotely on Zoom — is about examining what influences how we make decisions, and equipping ourselves with mindsets and methods to more confidently approach them, and explain how we've arrived at our decisions to others.
By discussing and practicing some fundamental mental checks, methods and proven approaches to decision making; we can lessen the chance of poor consideration, rushing things or spending too long sweating outcomes with low consequences. There's lots we can learn from others, whether pilots or poker players; and plenty of creative approaches to try for ourselves too — from mind-maps to pre-mortems. Understanding our own default styles of decision making is important, as is a willingness to 'try on different hats' and pull in various perspectives to help shed light on the challenges we face.
What we'll cover
• The decision-making traps that we set ourselves
• Decisions Vs Outcomes, and how to avoid 'resulting'
• Practical decision-making techniques
• How to clarify our aims
How this session will be structured
Led remotely on Zoom by a YCN coach facilitator, we'll work through a series of discussion points and exercises, bringing our own past and future decisions to work with. Expect an energising mix of individual reflection, group discussion and practical application.
Who is this session for?
Anyone wishing to develop new ways of approaching daily decisions, to feel more confident in their approach and to be able to help those around them with the decisions they're facing.
Location:72 Rivington Street,
London, EC2A 3AY,
Start:11th February, 2020 at 1:00pm
End:11th February, 2020 at 2:00pm
Cost:For our members and programme participants
Interested in coming along?
Please let us know here, and feel free to tell us more about your interest in the topic. Not a member of YCN? We sometimes open things up, so do get in touch and we can let you know what’s possible.