Decision Making: Fast and Easy
Become a decisive leader in your organisation.
Join ESCP’s online masterclass and become a master in decision making!
This fully digital programme combines over a decade of research and consulting experience into a 90 minute learning experience. It teaches you how to make good decisions, which is one of the most important leadership skills, based on simple and directly applicable tools and methods.
We all struggle with decision making. Whether it is hiring or M&A, decisions always involve uncertainty and often high stakes.
In this online programme, you will learn from decision expert Professor Philip Meissner how to make decisions fast and easy for you. You will dive into the psychological factors that subconsciously let us make bad decisions, learn why decision making matters so much in the organization and get hands-on and easy to implement tools to improve decision making for yourself and your team.
With these skills, you will be able to make good decisions in the current crisis and beyond.
The course is structured into three modules that each comprises different short video lessons.
- Module 1: Why decision making matters? (1 lesson)
- Module 2: Problems with decisions. (5 lessons)
- Module 3: How to make better decisions? (7 lessons)
Become a master of decision making
Understand the value that good decision making brings to the organisation
Identify which biases affect you in your most crucial choices
Learn how to improve your team’s decision making processes
Gain the ability to improve decisions based on simple and quick tools
Become a more effective leader
- Profit from more decisive leaders in your company.
- Leverage diversity of thought in decision making processes into better decisions, strategies and financial returns.
- Benefit from the power of easily applicable methods and tools that your executives and employees can instantly apply to deliver results.
- Join the best and most successful companies in the world that systematically improve their strategic decision-making processes.