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Research shows that only one in ten organisations is effectively achieving its strategic goals. Many companies have strategies which look fantastic, yet there is often no clear plan to make sure they become a reality.

This session will help you look at the choices you are making and understand how to make collaborative decisions to turn your organisational aims and objectives into successful outcomes. You will leave the session with practical information and techniques you can implement immediately.

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    What you will learn:

    • Principles for successful decision making
    • Questions to ask to avoid bias in decision making
    • Do you really have a strategy? – the importance of defining your challenges and problems
    • Collaborative decision making
    • Too many initiatives? Priority setting to to avoid over commitment
    • Assessing plans for value and feasibility
    • Communicating decisions for engagement
    • Stages of decision making.

    Who should attend:

    Leaders or senior staff who want to make better decisions around strategy, priority setting and implementation.

  • Our trainer

    Ruth Walker-Cotton is a qualified project manager (APM PMQ), a member of the Association of Project Management and has an MSc in Strategic Project Management.

    Ruth has extensive experience of writing and implementing strategies and managing campaigns and projects within the Charity, NHS and Housing sectors. She is experienced in people management and loves designing and implementing systems and processes to ensure clarity and efficiency.

    Ruth’s main areas of focus are strategy development and project management – whether working with leaders to develop a feasible strategy and the most effective projects to implement it, setting up project governance and planning processes, training project leaders and teams or guiding them through a project – supporting businesses to improve their strategic and resource planning, working with them as they go through organisational change.

We can bring this course to you.
If you have five or more staff interested our in-house training offers great value for money.

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