Most decisions are reached without requiring any complex decision-making process. Some problems are more complex, like deciding how to prioritize our work or understanding why a process failed and deciding what to do about it; these require a rational approach to problem solving. In this course we will cover all these important thinking approaches. After understanding the thinking mechanisms, we will provide you with methods and tools that you will practise during the sessions and that can improve the way you think and work.
Every day we make hundreds of decisions and solve many problems. Some are easy, based on instinct and experience, and we resolve them on automatic pilot; some are testing, and no easy solutions are forthcoming. In this highly practical, one-day course, you will learn to:
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Who should attend:
DATE: 28 June
DURATION: 6 Hours
LOCATION: EIMF Premises, Nicosia
TIME: 09:00 – 15:30
FEES: €250 + VAT
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Instructor: David Cotton
A training and development consultant since the 1980s, David Cotton specialises in leadership and management development, soft skills training and business strategy. He spent over 20 years with two of the ‘Big 4’ consulting firms, first at Arthur Andersen and then at PwC, where, after working in IT systems design and development, he led a team of 100 trainers in 26 countries and then moved into a client facing role in which he specialised in managing training around major change projects for some of the firm’s top clients.
A prolific author, David has won publishers’ best-seller awards for two of his 15 books and two international awards for an e-learning package on electronic marketplaces (online B2B exchanges). His latest book is about creative and problem solving techniques. He has designed electronic performance support systems and e-learning programmes and has scripted and directed a customer service training video. David has worked in four continents and more than 45 countries.