Decision Making


Decision Making: Solve Problems with Emotional Intelligence rating

How effective are you at processing information and using emotion to drive your decision making?

Each day you are confronted with a variety of problems and decisions that require a rational, thoughtful response underpinned with good emotional awareness.

  • Identify how to make better decisions through critical thinking and creative problem solving

  • Recognise and remove barriers to creativity to foster an innovative work environment producing practical solutions

  • Discover ways to move beyond familiar ways of thinking and seeing the world

  • Investigate new ways of listening, leading, responding, and innovating

Identify how to solve problems and make decisions objectively by managing emotions, impulses, and using creativity and intuition.

How effective are you at processing information from your environment and using emotion to drive your decision making?

How rational and objective are you in solving problems?

From the decision to rise in the morning to the decision go to close your eyes and go to sleep at night, you are constantly solving problems and making decisions.  Throughout each day you are confronted with a variety of problems and decisions that require a rational, thoughtful response underpinned with good emotional awareness.

This course is about proactively working towards solutions that help you to make timely decisions as you solve work problems to bring value to your company and your customers. In addition, the skills, processes and tools taught in this course can bring value to other aspects of your life.

Good decision making means that you can grasp problems and mindfully devise effective solutions. It means that you can deal realistically with situations as they arise and manage emotions and impulses that may disrupt effective decision making.

Both creativity and mindfulness form a basic part of solving problems along with intuition. Intuition is a decision making process that is often overlooked in business. Applied in a mindful way, and used well, it can add richness and speed to developing realistic solutions to problems.   

This course is for anyone interested in understanding how to solve problems and make good quality decisions more effectively.  

Decision Making

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Course curriculum

    1. Introduction to This Course on Decision Making

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    2. How the Course relates to Emotional Intelligence

    3. Overview of the Decision Making Course

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    4. Thinking and the 4 Styles of Decision Making

    5. Thinking and the Directive Decision Making Style

    6. Thinking and the Behavioural Decision Making Style

    7. Thinking and the Conceptual Decision Making Style

    8. Thinking and the Analytical Decision Making Style

    9. The Three Human Brains

    10. How Emotions Drive Decision Making

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    11. How Nudge Theory Deliberately Influences Irrational Decision-Making

    12. The Role of Personality and Emotional Intelligence in Decision Making

    13. The Myth about Left Brain and Right Brain Thinking

    14. Feedback in Decision Making

    1. Practical Activity: Assess your Decision Making

    1. The Learning Outcomes of this Module on Reality Testing

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    2. What is Objectivity and What is Subjectivity?

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    3. Exploring the Sensory Input Channels

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    4. Reality - What is Really Happening?

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    5. Filtering Reality

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    6. Understanding Beliefs, Memories and Values

    7. Interpretations of Memory

    8. More about Memory

    9. The Influence of Values and Beliefs on Decisions

    10. Understanding your Reality

    11. Observations of Behaviour and Reality

    12. The Review of this Module on Reality Testing

    1. Practical Activity: What is your Reality?

    1. Reality Testing Discussion

    1. The Learning Outcomes of this Module on Problem Solving

    2. Exploring the Two Types of Problem

    3. How Adaptability, Risk and Innovation are Involved in Problem Solving

    4. How to Work with Creativity

    5. How Intuition is Involved in Problem Solving

    6. The 6 Steps to Solving Problems

    7. The SCAMPER Technique of Problem Solving Explained

    8. Some Considerations To Successfully Work With SCAMPER

    9. The Role of Emotions in Making Decisions

    10. The Review of this Module on Problem Solving

About this course

  • $99.00
  • 51 lessons
  • 2.5 hours of video content