Decisions! Decisions! Decisions!

We all make them, each and every day, but how good are we at them?  Studies profiling successful people show they have excellent decision making skills, the ability to make decisions promptly, and they are prepared to deal with the risk of the consequences of making decisions.  Fear of the outcome of decisions is the biggest factor in people avoiding decisions, whether consciously or unconsciously.

How many of us mere mortals get tied up by simple decisions?

Deciding which dish on the menu to choose, or which class to sign up for?

Or even which of the many inspirational ideas we’ve written down from attending all the talks at change camp we’re going to take action on first!?

This interactive workshop will guide you through an innovative decision making exercise, where you will choose to either evaluate a decision you’ve already made, or assess a decision that you wish to make.  You will come out of it having gained a clarity and understanding, not only of the particular decision you focused on, but also on how you approach decisions.  You will understand what works about your approach to decision making, and how to improve those elements that don’t work quite so well.

 

This workshop most benefits people whom are prepared to be rigorously honest about what’s holding themselves back.  The exercise goes through probing questions so that each individual will gain a deeper insight into their own decision making process, so that they can develop and improve this critical life success skill.   (Your personal answers remain confidential, unless you wish to share them on the day).

 

How much better would your life be if you improved your decision making skills?

If you want to be able to make better decisions, more promptly then this is the perfect workshop to wrap up your day at Change Camp, I look forward to seeing you there.

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14 thoughts on “Decisions! Decisions! Decisions!

    1. Claire Boyles Post author

      that’s great Azza, you’ve made an excellent decision 😉

      Is there anything you find a challenge with decisions, or anything you would like to have covered in the workshop?

      Reply
    1. Claire Boyles Post author

      that’s great Rachel, you’ve made an excellent decision 😉

      If there is anything you find a challenge with decisions, or anything you would like to have covered in the workshop please let me know so I can be sure it’s covered 🙂

      Reply

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