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Making Good Decisions - Decision Making Made Easy

Making Good Decisions

Your good fortune relies on your ability to make the right decision.

Only if you make the right decision, will things go well.

But how can you ensure that you ARE making the right decision?

Use our Decision-Making-Apps

These Decision-Apps will help you to make the best decision, much more easily.

Use these Decision-Apps to figure out your important decisions more methodically, logically and carefully. You can then print-off the decision and keep a written record of the result and how you made it.

These Decision-Apps are also very helpful when you need to make joint-decisions; when many people's differing opinions need to be carefully balanced.

There are different kinds of decision

Currently we have these Decision-Apps for you:

Yes or No? Decisions

Yes or No? Decisions

Decisions that take the form: Should we or should be not do something? Yes or No?

Priority Order Decisions

Priority Order Decisions

Decisions that involve putting tasks into the correct order - What is the best use of my time?

Which One, What Kind? Decisions

Which One, What Kind? Decisions

Decisions that involve choosing between several options - Which candidate to employ? What kind of product to buy?

How to choose the best candidate?

How to choose the best candidate?

Here is an effective way to organise your selection interviews. This app will help rank your candidates.

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Decision Making Articles From Our Blog

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    Be a Straight Thinker

    6 March 2020
    Being able to think straight is an asset in life. We know this means making rational decisions, but what exactly does that mean in reality? You need to learn to be a critical thinker and here are four things to remember to get your thinking straight.
    Be a Straight Thinker In order to think straight, remember the following: Regardless of opinion, facts are facts. Verify your sources. Be wary of the majority opinion. Coherence; non contradiction. 1. Regardless of opinion, facts are facts. The first rule of clear thinking is to base all of your thinking upon facts. Reality is an objective absolute. It exists, irre...
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    Black and White Thinking

    21 February 2020
    Right or wrong? Real life problems are often too complex to apply black and white thinking to. Instead, try using another concept, the Law of Identity, on which to base your analysis and decision making.
    Black and White Thinking. Black and white thinking is a thought-error, which falsely creates a binary choice in situations that are not binary. For example: You are asked to decide between: Black or white. A or B. With us or against us. Right or wrong. Truth or lie. Innocent or guilty Black and white thinking is an error because it is an oversimplification...
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    How to Solve Problems

    30 July 2019
    The ability to solve problems in business are an essential still. Whether you need to solve a problem for yourself or for your employer, these tips will help you to identify and work out a solution to your problem.
    How to solve problems We face problems throughout our lives, both at work and at home, most of which we can easily handle. However, when faced with more difficult problems, the ability to apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills will be of benefit. Here are ten ways that will assist you to identify and solve problems. Keep your fearful imagination under tight control. Get the facts, nev...
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Customer Reviews

Here are a selection of reviews for our training courses.

  • The course content I felt was well prepared and has given me some good rational techniques for counteracting challenging behaviour. The trainer's presentation was very good, well spoken and experienced.

  • The course content has been very well thought out and broken down into relevant sections that we all come across daily. I found the smart system and wrong box/right box systems very useful tools. Alison was very clear, explanations were concise. I also found the course very engaging and uplifting

  • Training course content was clear, concise and surprisingly unrushed, as two days condensed into one. Useful area on separation of objective and subjective. Also interesting conflict management, wrong box, right box. Good reminder of smart technique. Trainer's presentation kept delegates engaged, off the phone/ laptop, which is rare. Interesting delivery of what could be a heavy area.