What’s for Dinner? Clearing a Path for Better Decision Making
Date: December 4th, 2019
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Conference Center 211/213, 6111 E. Skelly Dr., Tulsa, OK 74135
What is the most commonly dreaded daily decision for many people regardless of their professional title?
Oddly enough, it’s what to eat for dinner. We rarely step back to examine what happens during the day both professionally and personally that would lead to such a quagmire over something so simple, but gaining that perspective is a powerful first step in improving decision-making abilities. This class approaches decision making from both the perspective of the individual and the collective, or how we actually make decisions based on personal influences versus how we ought to makes decisions based on desired outcomes. Participants in this course learn techniques for combatting decision fatigue, tools for streamlining prioritization, and strategies for developing a reputation for being an influential decision maker.