Strategic Thinking and Decision Making (Administrative Assistants)

Strategic Thinking and Decision Making (Administrative Assistants)

Learning Outcomes:

• Assess individual strategic thinking skills and gaps.
• Utilize in-class discussion and exercises; apply strategic thinking concepts to resolve two issues.
• Explore communication methods to increase confidence and credibility when presenting strategic ideas and problem resolutions.
• Practice various methods of identifying risks and ascertaining root causes of issues

Strategic Thinking and Decision Making (Administrative Assistants)

During this highly charged one-day workshop, strategic thinking skills will be enhanced by uncovering preferred thinking methods. Explore the strategies needed to ask the right questions and make critical decision with minimal stress utilizing your mental processes of judgment, analysis, and assessment. Increase your ability to make important decisions, understand the big picture, and apply creative problem solving techniques. Develop your newly acquired strategic thinking techniques to increase the power of your influence.

Class targeted to: Any administrative professional (whether office manager, administrative assistant, or support staff) needing to increase strategic thinking, problem solving, and decision making skills.

CEU: Upon successful participation in class and completion of all assigned exercises, participants may receive up to .65 CEUs for this class.

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