How To Make Better, Faster Decisions At Work
Learn science-based skills to defeat biases, boost performance, gain confidence and become a better leader!
12 reviews for How To Make Better, Faster Decisions At Work
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Joe Poonisammy –
This was a good match as I have to consistently make decisions. This course has helped me to start making better decisions and not base it on bias.
Brian Jones –
My organization does well in almost all categories, but decisions are top heavy. I learned some great techniques to improve problem framing, get more engagement, and delegate decision making.
Rennet Amaro –
Good, clear and to the point without unneeded fluff. Offers decision making tips for organizations that are simple yet requires hard concious effort to implement .
Konstantin Goryagin –
too narrow, surface level, not really helpful.
quiz questions are way too focused on some numbers rather than concepts (those numbers are theoretical and cannot be applied for all the usecases and still the author pushes to remember them and fixates on them).
not worse it’s money AT ALL. i regret paying for it and wasting my time with it.
Daryl Reneau –
I’ve been around a long time. Still some new info, and very interesting statistics. Areas I found most valuable were the re-framing/decision makeovers, and in how to communicate a decision.
Doing the eval quiz was frustrating as system apparently kept skipping questions on me, even though I know I selected an answer. Also, it didn’t show me the question I had an error on. Overall good course.
Anna Waterhouse –
wasnt expecting a test at the end, I am not good at memorising random statistics so it was hard
Levino Tyrone Palace –
It was a great match for me. Especially because I have a fixed mindset and limit myself from major opportunities…
Becky Macaya –
It is difficult to pass the exam when you don’t know what answers were incorrect.
Jasmin Williams –
The information learned in this course was great, it did challenge my thought process on better decision making personally and in businesses. I do think that for the Assessment, we should be able to know what we got right and wrong however.
Kate Craig –
Excellent course and much needed for experienced leaders, not just new ones. In fact, if experienced leaders do not cultivate strong decision-making practices, the emerging leaders will be blocked in fully developing this skill. I lead a business with about 200 staff, that is owned by a larger organization of 1200 staff. I’ve been wrestling with much-needed culture change, and I realize now that a root issue is poor decision-making practices. This was something I had not considered but one Erik shined a light on it, I had one “Aha!” moment after another. Highly recommend- his presentation and handouts are easy to digest and activate, the course is divided up into nice bite-size chunks, and Erik’s expertise is demonstrated in his ability to transform research evidence into usable tips and tools for any leader. Well done!
Lisa Obrien –
For my organization, the pearl was in ‘widening the frame.’ The entire course was outstanding, but this was most applicable to my work group.
Jeanne Theroux –
Loved the resources! Will definitely keep them in my tool-kit for making better, quicker decisions going forward.