Interpreting information skills and improved decision making training
Professional development training in interpreting skills is an unusual program. There is so much information currently available that people need to grow antennas and filters that can sort the dross from the gems. Organisations lose money when acting on incorrect information and people need to develop information filtering skills.
Have your people been professionally trained to interpret information correctly
Unfortunately people often conceal or misrepresent information that may be challenging. Many employees act on the information they receive without question like Moses. They have not been thought to think through the information and this can lead to poor decision making behaviours. Create a culture that eliminates costly mistakes through poor decision making and problem solving skills.
How to make better decisions workshops
If it quacks and waddles it’s a duck is traditional thinking. Your people need to challenge traditional thinking styles and consider that maybe it’s a chicken disguised as a duck because it’s tired of chickens been branded as poor crossers of the road. Help your people question everything and your organisation will benefit from better decision making training and your people will become experts at unearthing critical information.
How good are your interpretation skills?
Ask yourself the following:
I can understand my preferred communication style
I can tailor my communication style to suit my clients, colleagues and manager’s communication style
At work we have eliminated role ambiguity
Our organisation’s goals are easily understood
Everyone can link our organisation’s mission and vision to the overall strategy
I can interpret the basics of a profit and loss account and a balance sheet
I have developed my listening and questioning skills
I have developed my intuitive skills
I read information objectively
I have received professional training in problem solving and decision making
I can identify and label different personality types
I have a checklist that I use when sourcing information from the internet
I feel comfortable asking for clarification when I don’t understand instructions from a peer
I am aware of the psychology of influence
I set aside thinking time
I sleep well at night time and I can choose my inner voice to be quite whenever I want I value input from other people that may be contrary to what I believe
Key learning outcomes
Your Interpreting information and making better decisions program will give participants the skills to:
Understand your interpretation styles
Interpret how you add value to your organisation
Interpret what other people are saying to you
Interpret your organisation’s core value
Interpret different people’s opinions of your organisation
Discover vital information about your culture
Separate truth from fiction in multimedia
Anticipate client’s and supplier’s expectations
Track down information that is the most meaningful, practical and purposeful
Identify clues and evidence that the information is reliable
Separate statistically significant data from trivial information
Read information on the internet with more scrutiny
Interpret different media messages
Develop your thinking styles
Build an accurate objective opinion and deflect your conditioning
Would you like to attend this program?
For maximum effectiveness, this program is best conducted as an in-house program.
Ideal group size: 4 – 12 participants.
Venue: For your convenience, you can choose to conduct this program
Duration: This program can be adapted to meet your requirements.
Cost: Price on request.
Target Audience: Employees, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Senior Managers or CEOs.
If you would like more information on this training program, please contact: Melinda Kavanagh – Marketing Manager 1300 323 752 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website today.
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