Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Solution-Focused Problem Solving and Decision Making
Duration 1-2 day(s)
Poor problem solving and even poorer decision making skills cost organisations heavily and leave a trail of frustrated managers and colleagues. Lack of solution-focused thinking adds to the weight of poor results, immense frustration and low motivation.
This workshop provides participants with the knowledge and skills required for being solution-focused in the way they think, respond, facilitate and lead.
We continually make decisions and solve problems. Despite all the natural decision making that goes on and the problem solving we do, some people are very uncomfortable with having to make decisions.
The key to finding creative solutions is when you are able to harness your creativity, identify options and assess the viability of these options and then your ability to construct a way forward works.
In this 1-2 day program, participants will focus on having a process to work through to take the anxiety out of problem solving by being solution-focused and then applying best practice decision making strategies learnt during the workshop.
This training is highly beneficial for anyone at any level of the organisation. The training will be specifically customised by Glass Rock Solutions for your group of attendees.
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