This course shows you which individually controlled processes underlie our decisions - and how fear of decisions, wrong decisions, and decisions not made come about. To illustrate this, you will hear real examples from current events, business as well as everyday life. Their results and further best practices should help you in your professional as well as in your private life.
Decisions are particularly difficult in complex situations - both in a professional and private context. In this context, weighing up alternative courses of action, e.g. with pro-contra lists or more complicated procedures, tends to have a negative effect and we fall into procrastination and decision paralysis. This causes stress and consequential costs, which, however, can also be avoided with a simple decision-making methodology.
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