INFORMED DECISION MAKING
We make thousands of decisions every day. Some of those are trivial, like what to eat or wear. But when…
July 16, 2021 | 1 min read
We make thousands of decisions every day. Some of those are trivial, like what to eat or wear. But when the stakes are high, you need to gather as much information as possible, assess alternative resolutions and then make a deliberate, thoughtful decision.
This course will teach you how to leverage decision-making frameworks to break down complex data and enable better processing. Learn how to guard against biases and remain objective while making critical decisions.
Thrive Skills are an essential set of cognitive, social and behavioral skills to enable our learners to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career.
Informed Decision-Making is an irreplaceable workplace skill for professionals. It enables them to consider all available information, weigh pros and cons and decide the best path for strategy management or problem-solving.
Informed decision-making skills are critical for professionals in high-stakes environments. Goal-setting, problem-solving or even brainstorming sessions require a certain amount of patience, experience and knowledge. Acquiring expertise and making objective decisions can help set individuals apart.
Examples of Informed Decision-Making are looking at past trends before making decisions for the future, communicating with all stakeholders and getting their input to make better choices and even listening to others and for their feedback.
Professionals must strive to be mindful of others while making informed decisions. Informed Decision-Making means taking data into account, processing the right information and breaking it down into simple, understandable formats.
The Harappa program that focuses on Informed Decision-Making as a Thrive Skill is the First Time Manager Program.
Other Thrive Skills under THINK are Intellectual Curiosity, Ethical Clarity, Enhanced Self-Awareness, Critical Thinking and Continuous Growth Mindset.