Online- Collaborative Problem Solving & Decision Making
May 11 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Sponsored by Executive Education
As the speed of business accelerates, the pace of decision-making has also accelerated. How do managers ensure that more complex decisions are still properly informed with the necessary data and perspectives, so that decisions can be made with confidence in a faster-paced environment? This workshop will help you make better decisions quickly and on a consistent basis. Participants will learn strategies to avoid common mistakes when making decisions, how to lead a collaborative decision-making process, and leverage tools to identify root causes, and brainstorm
In this highly interactive workshop, you will:
• Examine the common traps that leaders fall into when making decisions
• Discuss how to create an environment where people want to share their ideas
• Leverage tools to identify the root cause of problems, and generate potential solutions
• Discuss the role of the leader when it comes to decision making
Who Should Attend
Mid- to upper-level project managers who are responsible for leading people and/or sizeable initiatives within their organization
Mike Markiewicz, Director of Executive Programs at the Lubar School of Business, has over 25 years of corporate experience focused on leadership development for human resources, information technology, operations, and sales functions across a variety of industries.
Required attendance dates:
Tuesday, May 11, 2021 from 8:00am – 10:00am
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 from 8:00am- 10:00am
For more information please contact Nathan Bares.