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Decision Making

Sep 23
Tysons, Virginia, United States
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Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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As organizations become increasingly fast-paced and complex, leaders are tasked with making more decisions, more quickly while still considering the impact on their employees, teams, and organizations. Effective leaders apply critical thinking skills holistically to make countless decisions each day. You will explore a decision-making framework tied to strategic thinking, learn to evaluate decision options that support organizational success, and use real-world scenarios to apply decision-making best practices.

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss steps in a framework for effective decision-making and different types of decisions to be made in the workplace
  • Use strategic thinking to plan and achieve long-term goals

Course Topics

Making Effective Decisions

  • Decision-Making Overview
  • Decision-Making Framework
  • Types of Decisions

Thinking Strategically

  • Thinking Approaches
  • Developing a Strategic Perspective

Who should attend

This course is designed for managers, team leaders, analysts, and individuals who want to make high quality decisions.

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Kenan-Flagler Business School

Strategic Decision-Making

Next dates

Jul 1
USD 1250


An effective leader is expected to confidently analyze multifaceted situations and quickly make informed, responsible decisions, all while juggling the day-to-day. It can be far too easy in the busyness to be overly reactive, making biased decisions resulting in flawed outcomes. Strategic Decision-Making helps you overcome the urge to rely on impulse and become a leader who can efficiently and reliably address complex problems.


  • Encourage and direct individual and group decisions for your organization
  • Motivate teams to perform most effectively
  • Influence through emotional and cultural intelligence
  • Apply behaviors of responsible leadership to make ethical decisions
  • Improve your sensitivity to types of bias

Who should attend

Mid to senior-level managers, directors and functional leaders with a minimum of 5-7 years of experience.