Does your executive and managers able to make the best business decisions when there are so many options, ideas , options and choices available ?
- Create fast, open framework for making strategic decisions
- Think strategically and critically to develop a realistic comprehension for ideas that deliver real value for company
- Get People to collaborate and stay open -minded when innovating or deciding strategic business
“Thinking is the nucleus of business-it drives only what lives on. it’s the big bang that sets everything else in motion. if you want to change your result, you must change your thinking.”
-Dave Marcum, Steve Smith and Mahan Khalsa
businessTHINK: every person a businessperson
Among business people with different languages and cultures, and among diverse organizations, the rule produce the same results : increased leverage of time, better allocation of resources, strategic decisions, mapping products and services to targeted business result, increase business acumen, solutions to critical problems and choosing the right priorities.
In this program, you will learn all about business intelligence that elaborates Emotional Quotient in an effective business decision making. A 2-days workshop is designed to:
Get people to collaborate and stay open-minded when innovating or solving important business problems. Eliminate the paralyzing effects of ego so the best ideas win.
Think strategically and critically to quickly build a realistic business case for ideas that deliver value for company.
Make highly effective business decisions that increase the odds of success on a day to day basis. Create fast, open framework for making decisions so people can move good ideas.
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