Impact Business Performance
People in organisations struggle with how to make high quality decisions.
Use these coaching questions to
• define, clarify and determine your options
• learn how to implement and evaluate decisions
• understand the impact of your decisions in your organisation.
Early lack of training, coaching and mentoring for leaders and managers in this fundamental skill can lead to inappropriate decisions being made which in turn impact the organisation both internally and externally.
People at any level faced with making decisions which impact an organisation need to have at their fingertips a clear process for making decisions which are well thought through and in the best interests of those impacted by those decisions.
A just-in-time tool that will enable you to have an immediate and positive impact on decisions made in your organisation.
This edition of Making Good Decisions At Work includes: 5 tips and a 7-point plan with a clear process for making high quality decisions
48 coaching questions that help you:
• make high quality decisions
• understand the decision making process
• have a positive impact on decisions made in your organisation
• understand the impact of your decisions.
35 Skill Prompts remind you how to have high impact conversations
Making Good Decisions At Work has been designed in response to the lack of training, coaching and mentoring in this fundamental skill of decision making
• Aspiring Managers and Leaders
• 1st Line Managers, including Team Leaders and Supervisors
• Experienced Managers and Leaders who have not previously had any formal training on how to make effective decisions
• Experienced Managers working on raising their level of capability/understanding around decision making
• All levels of Managers and Leaders requiring a just in time tool/reminder on how to make an effective decision which benefits everyone involved
• Coaches and trainers working with Leaders and Managers to raise their level of capability/understanding around decision making
• Anyone who regularly makes business decisions, particularly self-employed business owners and people who head up SMEs
• Non-executive Directors who need to establish their specific contribution to a business and/or to challenge the quality of the decision making of the people running the organisations which they work with.
Fink in Organisations is passionate about conversation. We are on a mission to get people talking about the things that matter in the workplace.