How Do You Decide?
This 4-hour introductory workshop explores the structure of your sensory decision strategies, through your five senses and your brain. You take away your own sensory based model of your best decisions; how you do it well; how you do it badly. When you think about it, you can't make a decision without referring to your five senses. It works time and again. And is suitable for decisions about hobbies, sales, or business acquisitions. This work is used extensively by us in business strategy and is proven with commercial results and international awards. It's priced at £997.00 for a four hour session excluding venue hire and food.
How Do You Decide?
There’s more to making a decision than assessing the facts.
For over 100 years, neuroscience has been pointing us towards this inescapable conclusion.
Everyday life also bears this out. Why would someone love Jaguars and loathe BMWs, or vice versa, when the facts can show that there’s nothing to choose between them? Why are some people passionate about cricket but football leaves them unmoved?
So why is it that we remain convinced that the skills for decision-making in business are culturally detached from the ones we use in the rest of our lives?
If there were just one correct way to make a decision, the world would be a colourless place, filled with people behaving in exactly the same way.
Given a choice, what is it about us that make us take one path over another?
Why get consultants to do it for us? (Particularly when their role is often to collect and analyse and assess the largest number of facts.) When in our hearts we know that more facts aren’t the answer.
When each big decision can involve millions, how do we know that we’re going to get it right?
Here’s one fact to consider. Everyone makes decisions differently. Our one-day conference is an intensive approach based on our own practice and advances in neuroscience that helps executives to identify your own strategic approach, and to make decisions confidently, despite the times we live in.
You will make better decisions. You will learn about three components of strategy-making that high achievers employ.
You will understand the relevance of your purpose to your business strategy, organisation and your decision making.
You will learn
· How top performers do it
· How to access your purpose
· How your purpose affects your direction
· How you make your successful decisions
· What is missing when your decision doesn’t work
And we offer a money back guarantee – it’s our quality promise.
If you are making major decisions for yourself and your company, do you know how you are doing it?
Are you conscious of your decision-making strategy and its structure. And, do you know how to help others recognise theirs?
We will help you begin to answer these questions for yourself with an introduction to the hidden structure of your decision making.
Can you afford not to know?
In one day, you will see things differently backed up by client reality.
Who Should Attend?
Chief executives, aspiring chief executives, executives involved in formulating, shaping, deciding on or implementing the business and organisational strategy. Directors, trustees or non-executives expected to have a view on or influence strategy.
It is for those of you who shape the business, might want to shape the business, or simply find themselves in the position where they have to.
You can book on this page.