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 Saisuvidha Institute Of Personality Development & Career Awareness

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What is Decision Making?

     Decision making is the study of determining and choosing among options or alternatives based on the preferences and values of the individual.  This involves a wide range of interpersonal skills, including fact finding, logical thinking, creativity, analytical ability, sensitivity to others and assertiveness.


What is the need for learning decision making skills?

     Decision making skills helps you to research and evaluate the choices available instead of being too dependent on expert information. It makes you to take your own decision even if you take multiple suggestions from others. It also increases individual’s self confidence.


Key Benefits:


1. It helps the individual to take right decision in their life with our decision making process.

2. Individual can learn about different types of decision makings.

3. It teaches the individual about different tools and techniques in taking right decision such as cost-Benefit analysis,SWOT analysis, Pareto analysis, 5WHY's technique ect.

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In our Decision Making Skills program we cover:

  • What is Decision Making?
  • Kinds of  Decision
  • Decision Making Approaches
  • Different types of Decision Making
  • Decision Making Skills
  • What is problem Solving and Decision Making?
  • The Pros and Cons Method
  • The Psychological Types of Decision Makers
  • The Holistic Decision Making Process
  •  5P’s of  Ethical Decision Making
  •  Tools and Techniques
  •  Common Pitfalls in Decision Making
  •  What to do to Avoid Decision Pitfalls


Conclusion:

     Whenever you're making an important decision, first ask if it gets you closer to your goals or farther away. If the answer is closer, PULL THE TIGGER. If it's farther away, make a different choice. Conscious choice making is a critical step in making YOUR DREAMS INTO REALITY. Careful decision making leads to good decisions while reckless decision making leads to bad decisions.

 

     "It doesn't matter which side of the fence you get off on sometimes. What   matters most is getting off. You cannot make progress without making decisions."

                    -Jim Rohn