Negotiations and Effective Decision Making

Darla Moore School of Business

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  • 2 days
  • in person

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Darla Moore School of Business

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About the course

Develop the tools critical to effective decision making. Design a blueprint to empower leaders for future decision making processes.

This course will teach participants how to:

  • Evaluate their own decision making limitations
  • Understand decision making challenges in order to minimize decision making pitfalls
  • Diagnose decisions to understand how to learn from the past
  • Design a decision making blueprint of effective processes for future decision making

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Anthony Nyberg

Background Anthony J. Nyberg teaches courses in negotiations, compensation and performance management, and research methods. Nyberg’s research focuses on how organizations compete through people, specifically the strategic role of pay in their attraction, emergence, retention and motivation, inc...

Negotiations and Effective Decision Making at Darla Moore School of Business

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