ThinkAbout™ Decision Making
We are offering strategic decision making training. Our training will benefit anyone who wants to improve their skills.
Whole Brain® Thinking Preferences model, helps in improving a person’s strategic decision making skills. Broadens their perspective, so that they can carefully account for extenuating factors in the success of a project. They can also transpire with a more well-adjusted and considered judgment for the challenges that may come along. It is a hands-on and simpler program. It helps people adjust their thinking preferences. Enhances their capacity to maximise business outcomes. In order to identify individual’s thinking preferences, we utilise a Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument®.
Duration: 4 (four) hours
Course Fee: $ 415
Course Format: Onsite or Classroom (in our designated venues),
Prerequisites: HBDI Consultation
(Participants need to have received an in-depth debrief – HBD Instrument profile.)
When making decisions, we usually utilise our default preferred thinking style.
To improve this, Whole Brain® Thinking encourages us to understand a problem or an opportunity through the HBDI® quadrants. This leads to a more in-depth assessment of the situation and a better-balanced result. And, as we have seen, the results can go straight to the bottom line. This can assist companies’ financial savings. Our model is a value-based management change process.
Participants in this 4-hour (half-day) training session will learn how to apply their thinking preferences into their decision-making processes. They will improve their knowledge to pick up the pace. They will be more unbiased and make decisions that are more useful, and effective.
During the Strategic Decision-Making training course, you will have clear understanding on:
- How thinking preferences effects decisions
- What is directing others decision making process
- Think all aspects and significance outcomes of decisions
- Utilise the Whole Brain® Model to generate well-adjusted decisions
- Work more efficiently while generating decisions within a work group.
- Applying the Whole Brain® Model to decision making.
- Understanding how thinking preferences impact decisions.
- Utilising the Whole Brain® Decider.
- Decision making activities.
- Apply the model by practicing.
WHS and Training Compliance Solutions offering ThinkAbout™ Decision Making, Problem Solving and Communicating training sessions in Brisbane, Townsville and Toowoomba. Our consultants travel across Australia, and other countries. For more information contact us from 0754 992 406
What does Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument mean?
HBDI is a breakthrough assessment tool designed to determine an employee’s thinking preferences. It has been widely used in the corporate world to increase the performance and efficacy of employees by making workers aware of their strengths.
It is a tool evaluates the person’s thinking preferences to develop their work performance, make better decisions, solve problems creatively and effectively.
How does ThinkAbout™ Decision Making training will assist me?
Strategic decision-making is the process of following a course-based approach to achieve long-term goals and a longer-term vision of the organisation.
Benefits of strategic communication is team members will understand each member’s value and contribution. They will actively take part in activities that prepare the workplace to be more open. This will allow others to come forward with their varying perspectives.
HBDI data yielded from the analysis of employees provides, detailed information representing team members profile that most team members can understand. Hence, they can adjust themselves with their peers with improved communication styles. For instance, Key Points for Strategic Selection of WHSMS Implementation Team article analytical people understand charts and figures very well whereas relational people are more influenced by relatable stories about the issues that are faced.
We cannot prevent adversity in the organisation. Be this adversity as a result of unavoidable external events. These events can most likely affect the business and productivity of an organisation. It is extremely important to handle such a crisis with a strategic decision.
One of the benefits of HBDI is that it helps in strategic decision-making. It is very important that employees should be consulted in big decision-making processes as different views of employees with different thinking preferences when evaluated, allows the WHSMS committee to arrive at more than one conclusive decision. Collective thinking is always productive and powerful and helps the organisation in making appropriate ThinkAbout™ Decision Making.
The difference between a good decision and a bad decision can be the difference between success and failure!
Who needs to attend ThinkAbout™ Decision Making training course?
Anyone involved in strategy, policy development and decision making including - Managers, supervisors, team leaders, project teams, Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs), Health and Safety Managers, Health and Safety Committees (HSCs)
Why do I need to attend ThinkAbout™ Decision Making training course?
Strategic decision-making is considered as one of the most useful abilities of an organisation for survival and success. It is primarily based on the company's goals or mission. These decisions could take the company into new directions leading to success if rightly implemented. Effective teams are required to think about new possibilities in the business.
There is a 7-Step approach in Strategic Decision making:
- Understand investigate the situation in depth
- Making a constructive environment
- Explore good alternatives
- Discuss and workout on options
- Select the best solution out of the options
- Evaluate your plan of action
- Communicate your decision with the team and management and take action.
They are mainly aimed to provide a competitive advantage in an attempt to change the overall scope and direction of the company. They are very important for organisational health and survival.
Management teams makes critical decision using the 7-step approach, however, most of the times when the decisions are made, we coming up with the same outcome. This is because our thinking preferences influences our decision making. This is why we always end up with the same outcome. Purpose of this training course is, utilise Whole Brain Model during the process. Change the way we look at challenges and give healthy, achievable, and outcome-oriented decisions.