Western Ontario University

Problem-solving, Decision-Making and Creativity

Available dates

Jan 27—28, 2020
2 days
London, Ontario, Canada
CAD 470 ≈USD 368
CAD 235 per day
May 11—12, 2020
2 days
London, Ontario, Canada
CAD 470 ≈USD 368
CAD 235 per day

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About the course

Inspire others to develop and exercise innovation and creativity in problem-solving: an essential skill in today’s fast-paced and complex world. Understand why people make the decisions they do and what the key drivers are in order to begin to develop strategies that will uncover the innovation and creativity within your organization.

Topics

  • How leaders use different problem solving and decision making modes
  • Choosing and using a variety of tools appropriate to different situations
  • Barriers to good decision making and problem solving

What to Expect

This is an interactive workshop, which may include lectures, group exercises, role-play and discussion. Come prepared to share your experiences, opinions and perspectives with the class. There are no exams, quizzes or homework!

Trust the experts

Peter Sherriff

Peter Sherriff was previously the Deputy Director and the Chief Instructor of the Leadership Development Unit at the Ontario Police College (OPC). Prior to joining the OPC, he was the Regional Manager with The Centre For Leadership and Learning. Peter’s passion is for helping learners engage i...

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