Reflection seminar: Making sustainable decisions and implementing them with commitment

Decision-making is a key task for managers and those in leadership positions. Decisions have a lasting impact, when they take into account emotional factors as well as rational components. Taking this approach allows the entire potential of the people involved to be ploughed into thedecision-making process and successfully implement all decisions, establishing full commitment from all the parties involved.

Content

(Ir)rationality of decisions

  • Current level of decision research
  • Role of prescriptive decision-making
  • Role of behavioural decision-making

The expanded decision quality model – an integrative model

  • Subjectivity as success factor
  • My 100% and your 100%
  • Generating effective commitment

Commitment and compliance

  • What gives rise to genuine commitment
  • Why people often call it commitment, when it is actually compliance
  • Neuroscientific principles of commitment

The expanded decision quality model in your own practice

  • Defining fields of application
  • Recognising opportunities and challenges
  • Developing commitment for the expanded decision quality model

Knowledge transfer via practical training and 3rd Day

On the third day, after the practical period, during which you will deploy the expanded decision quality model in your
own practical context and share your experiences with other seminar participants, you share your perceived triumphs
and join forces to devise solutions to your current decisionmaking processes.

Your benefit

  • With your team, you make decisions, which all people involved implement more swiftly and with full commitment
  • You are aware of the significance of intellect and emotion in decision-making situations
  • You recognise your own personal preferences as part of the decision-making process
  • You can react flexibly to changes, since you know which factors leads to a change in ‘your’ decision
  • You expand your management toolkit to encompass a globally acknowledged model.

Participants

Managers and leaders who are keen to make sustainable decisions amid turbulent times, which will be implemented
enthusiastically and with commitment.

Methods

Theory input, individual reflection, exchange in dyads, trios and plenum, processing individual case studies

Scientific approaches

Decision Quality Model (Spetzler), Slow and Fast Thinking (Kahneman), Intuition (Dane & Pratt), Self-Efficacy (Bandura)

Your seminar leaders

Felix Müller

  • More than 20 years of leadership experience in international organisations
  • Business studies at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and Duke University in the US (MBA);
    psychology-based studies leading to the MSc Coaching & Behavioural Change at Henley Business School
  • Managing Director of Henley Business School Germany in Munich; together with Ragna Kirberg responsible for ‚
    ‚Reflective Development‘ with emphasis on teaching and research
  • Executive Coach

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Ragna Kirberg

  • More than 20 years of experience in international communications
  • Business studies at the University of St. Gallen, studies in systemic coaching
  • Director Reflective Development & Coaching at Henley Business School Germany in Munich; together with Felix
    Müller responsible for ‚Reflective Development’
  • Executive Coach

Further Information

Dates in Munich

Please inquire for next dates.

Investment

EUR 1.890 + VAT

Early bird reduction: EUR 250 for bookings made more than three months before the seminar.

Brochure, Registration and Questions

Please download the seminar description and the registration form here.

Werner Krings is happy to answer your questions! Please contact him at +49 151 151 61934 or werner.krings@henleybusinessschool.de.

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