Seminar goal

Seminar goal is the development and improving of decision making skills, knowledge and competences that are vital for successful decision making. Through this seminar, participants will learn key competencies that modern manager must have – and techiques for mastering them, practical steps for developing their own skills. The training leader will pay special attention to the psychological and practical aspects of decision making applied to concrete business situations.

Who is the seminar for?

The seminar is designed for managers of all levels, team leaders, the newly appointed managers and all others who want to develop their decision making skills.


The training is organized in the form of workshops that are primarily oriented to experiential learning of the necessary skills. Our workshops are characterised by dynamic, interactive work with plenty of exercises that enable our participants to experience and practice directly the use of necessary skills. Besides that, during training, participants are constantly provided by feedback from the trainer. Participants are divided into teams of three or four that compete to each other. They are also constantly encouraged to exchange their experiences with their colleagues.

We use combined methods of learning:
• Presentations of key theory concepts
• Role-play
• Video feedback
• Teams competition
• Study cases
• Critical situations analysis
• Discussions
• Panels
• Demonstrations
• Brainstorming etc.


The optimal duration of the seminar is 8 hours.

After attending the seminar, participants will be trained

  • • To describe and explain successful models and business decision making
    • To analyze, identify, detect and assess the correct and incorrect actions (errors) that occur in the decision making process and how to avoid typical mistakes
    • To apply successful models and principles of decision making
    • To build syntheticly their own approach to decision making

From the content of the seminar

• Categories of decision-making
• Group decision making
• Japanese model of decision-making
• Delphi technique
• Pareto analysis
• Network analysis
• Comparison in pairs
• Analysis of the forces in the field
• The technique of the ladder
• Technique decision tree
• Cost Benefit Analysis
• Six hats
• Brainstorming
• Vroom”s model
• Cognitive dissonance
• Cognitive illusions

Number of participants

The optimal number of participants: 8 – 12.