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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. Delegates who attend our courses say that these are the best decision making apps they've used!

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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    How Rational Thinking is the Key to Success

    14 December 2021
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    What is the Law of Cause and Effect?

    29 September 2020
    "Everything happens for a reason" is a commonly used expression, but not necessarily accurate. Everything that happens has a cause, or causes. "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction."
    What is the Law of Cause and Effect? The law of cause and effect is: "Whenever two phenomena are present together, AND always absent together, AND vary proportionately together, then the two phenomena are almost certainly causally connected". Let us discuss the law of cause and effect... "Why things happen". You have heard it said that...
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Customer Reviews

Here are a selection of reviews for our training courses.

  • Excellent content! I particularly liked the 8 Part SMART and understanding the difference between Critics and Cynics. Transforming negative conversations onto a more productive track. The trainer's presentation had a good pace, presentation and style.

  • Really enjoyed the outline of the course. Some very useful tools that we practised putting into action ie Boxes. Very open learning environment. Trainer was very good! Great at listening to questions and very good at explaining.

  • This was just the right amount of content for the time available. Some useful models and practical strategies for better managing time and productivity. The trainer had excellent rapport and pace. A good amount of examples were given.