The Knowledge Informed Creativity Centre at Workshop 13B is pleased to host the Knowledge Worker Enhanced Skills Training (KWEST) workshop series.
The Decision-Making Style Inventory is a foundational workshop to help you learn HOW you make decisions.
About the workshop:
The most recent research into decision making suggests that successful leaders' decision-making evolves as their career develops. Or put another way, their careers develop because they are able to adapt and change their decision-making style. Knowing your style, then, is a starting point for uncovering potential career roadblocks. Additionally, when others are aware of your style, it can facilitate better interaction and communication.
A person's decision-making describes how they seek, organize, and weigh information. The Decision Making Inventory is a validated and reliable 20-item Likert assessment that identifies an individual's decision making style preference. The assessment measures four dimensions. Two structural styles--Systematic and Spontaneous, and two processing styles--Internal and External.
The Workshop Fee of ($150.00 + $16.50 HST) includes the Decision-Making Style Inventory and the Participant Workbook
With the guidance of the facilitator, the assessment takes 10-minutes to complete. Once the scores are plotted, individuals turn to the description of each style, where they'll find advice on when their preferred style is most and least effective, how to communicate successfully with other styles, and practical suggestions for developing style flexibility.
The Decision Making Inventory Participant's Workbook is used in conjunction with the Decision Making Inventory. The workbook provides in-depth analysis of the four decision making styles measured by the inventory, as well as coaching tips and action plans for developing non-preferred styles, or flexibility. The inventory itself is a 20-item Likert assessment that identifies an individual's decision making style preference. The assessment measures four dimensions. Two structural styles--Systematic and Spontaneous, and two processing styles--Internal and External.
Peter Levesque, Director, Knowledge Mobilization Works
Peter is a leader in the creation of innovative programs to help people use their knowledge more effectively. He has over 10 years experience in knowledge mobilization. His workshops always sell out and have great reviews.