Decision making

We sometimes find it difficult to make decisions in our lives, especially those decisions which we consider momentous. Making the right decision is not always obvious and the process of making choices by identifying a decision, gathering information, and assessing alternative resolutions can be challenging. Our resources may help with that.

  • Making effective decisions

    Solving problems by making effective decisions - course

    Source: Learning Pool

    A must for project managers, this module will demonstrate the skills required to analyse complex problems and plan solutions, with an emphasis on creative and rational decision-making.

  • Good decision making

    The art of good decision making

    Decision making can often be daunting with many of us avoiding the decision often because we fear change. Brendon from Brendon.com talks through three perspectives we can use to greatly improve our decision making abilities and the chance of making the right decision.

  • How to make a decision

    How to make a decision

    Life constantly forces us to make very big and often very painful decisions which many of us struggle to make. In this animated video the School of Life looks at the skills needed for decision making.

  • Making hard choices

    Ways of making hard decisions

    Many of us struggle with hard choices, primarily because with hard choices, there is no best option. Philosopher Ruth Chang offers a new way of thinking about hard choices.

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