Course ID: DA1291-16X
Price: $70.00 (GST exempt)
Status: Places are available
Location: Cartwright Public School, New South Wales
Tutor: Elizabeth Paine
Sessions: 1 session of 3.5 hours
Time: 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Starts:Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Finishes:Wednesday, 20 March 2019
To Register: https://www.macarthurcc.com.au/modules/find?value=clever&Search+courses=Search
*** NSW Government Subsidised places may be available for qualifying applicants. Please see page 30 of the brochure or contact College office for more information.
Our traditional methods of making decisions often involve lots of debate; however, the decision taken is not always well informed, inventive or creative.
This workshop will introduce you to a method of ‘collaborative’ decision making. You can learn to think creatively – ‘outside the box’. Regardless of whether you view yourself as a creative type or not, you can learn some useful skills and techniques which will enable you to tap into your creative side and approach decision making and problem solving from new perspectives.
In this workshop we’ll explore ways of thinking about a problem or issue from interesting perspectives and increase the likelihood that the decisions you make are well informed and fully considered.
Bring $15 (payable to tutor) for workbook.
At the conclusion of this workshop you will be able to:
- Identify why decisions made using traditional thinking styles can sometimes backfire
- Apply collaborative thinking techniques to explore ideas and make decisions
- Identify creative alternatives to problems and issues
- Evaluate new ways of thinking about an idea or problem
Individuals and work teams will benefit from this workshop.
Consider offering this workshop as a team building activity. The workshop can be tailored for your specific business or organisation and delivered in-house.