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    Effectively Managing Time & Multiple Priorities

    Meet deadlines/due dates consistently – Increase personal/professional productivity – Eliminate/manage time wasters – Improve workplace organization & coordination – Reduce pressure/stress from toxic or hectic work environment – Reduce/eliminate self-generated time wasters like procrastination & disorganization – Reduce/eliminate environmental time wasters – Create goals & action plans – Stay focused on correct priorities – Slash meeting time without sacrificing information
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    Creative Problem Solving Skills

    Make better decisions through critical thinking and creative problem solving – Generate more creative ideas – Learn and apply creative thinking techniques to problem solving – Use tools and a structured process for solving problems – Foster an innovative environment in your workplace – Recognize and remove barriers to individual and group creativity – Learn a simple process to first determine the root causes of a problem – Prioritize options more effectively
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    Cross-functional Problem Solving for Administrative Professionals

    Learn to develop a systems-thinking approach, understand how to facilitate cross-functional cooperation, and get tools to develop more effective and efficient processes that can have a bigger impact on your business.
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    Analytical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making

    Today, it's everyone’s job to effectively solve problems. Analytical thinking and problem solving are foundational thinking skills that involve breaking things down into their component parts. They also involve deductive reasoning, drawing conclusions from givens and applying judgments to reach conclusions from a combination of evidence and assumptions.

    This seminar introduces you to fundamental thinking processes so that you can successfully analyze and solve a wide variety of business problems. Get these essential analytical thinking and problem-solving skills now to give yourself a powerful competitive and career advantage!


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    The Problem Solving And Decision Making Workshop

    This program is about the 20 percent of your work that produces 80 percent of your results. It's about understanding the critical differences between problem solving and true decision making--and using your skills and street sense.
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    What's the Real Problem?

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    Group Problem Solving and Decision Making Techniques

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to be an introductory program for individuals new to group problem solving and decision-making techniques or a refresher course for individuals with moderate experience. It will provide information and practice with group-centered techniques for finding and defining problems, generating alternatives, and making decisions. The workshop demystifies common quality improvement tools such as "Ishikawa diagram," "pareto chart," and "nominal group technique" so that the participants know what they are and when to use them effectively. The exercises are tailored to give the participants an opportunity to test the techniques on issues relevant to them.
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    Problem Solving and Decision Making (a brain-friendly approach)

    Builds skills in framing & isolating problems and making sound decisions. Merges strengths of left- and right-brain problem solving. Examines 3 decision types, including a model for ethical decision making. Incorporates insights from recent brain research.
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    Completed Staff Work at Work

    Tools and insights that staff workers need to provide decision-analysis support for their managers. Utilizes an 8-stage process, beginning with explicitly defining the problem for which a decision must be made, and implementing the solution and bringing closure to the problem. This 2-day course has the potential to change the culture of an organization from one of passing problems up the line to one of solving problems at the staff level.