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Facilitating Problem Solving & Decision Making

July 2, 2018

Here, you might need to make a decision if you are going to lead…

Rich Drinon Leadership Communication

SDS presentation-creationWhether you’re involved in annual strategic planning, making important business choices or resolving daily issues, you can benefit from problem solving and decision-making skills.  Problem solving and decision-making can be a subjective, objective or intuitive pursuit.

Subjective Problem Solving

When coming up with subjective solutions to problems, you are operating on your own, or the groups, thoughts and feelings about a particular subject. Experience will come into play, and known information is the primary lens through which the problem is viewed.  It’s helpful to lead a group through a series of questions aimed at clarifying the issue at hand, brainstorming ways to address the challenge and creating a plan for resolution.

Objective Decision Making

Objective decision-making requires more careful research, analysis, preparation, organization and facilitation than does a subjective problem solving session.   Having reliable intelligence is vital to objective decision-making. In addition to the steps cited under…

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