Strategic Decision-Making For HR: Best Practices For Achieving Effective Solutions
As an HR professional, you're constantly making decisions. Some may seem relatively inconsequential, while others have a huge impact on your organization
...but are you using the best tools to arrive at a constructive, positive solution that will benefit your organization and its goals? Do you have all the information you need to come to a decision? Can you predict what the results of your decisions will be? How are you managing the risks of your decisions?
Participate in this interactive webinar to learn some of the most effective strategic decision-making tools for achieving goals and accomplishing the mission of your organization.
Join us to learn how to make optimal strategic decisions for your organization's success.
- How to understand your organization’s goals, mission, and processes to support a working business strategy
- Different theories on the decision-making process
- Brainstorming, brainwriting, mind mapping, nominal group technique, constructive controversy, and other decision-making tools to apply
- How to interpret and use information from internal sources like finance, accounting, sales to help further your organization’s strategic plan
- How to interpret and apply relevant external information, like industry practices and technology
- How to engage employees in the process
- How to determine the best decision-making tools for your organization
- And much more!
About Your Presenter:
Mary Anne Kennedy is the SVP of HR & GM for Yusen Logistics (Americas) and concurrently the principal consultant at MAKHR Consulting, LLC, providing small- to medium-size organizations with HR systems and services focusing on staffing, leadership, and organizational development. Kennedy has held a variety of HR leadership roles in Fortune 100 and 500 companies including Bristol Myers Squibb and Herman Miller high-end office furniture. She is the author of “Finding the Right Job, a Step by Step Approach.” Kennedy is a sought-after speaker on a variety of HR topics, including: coaching and mentoring, succession planning, performance management, reward and recognition programs, and career coaching. Kennedy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science and has certifications in MBTI administration and DDI behavior-based interviewing.
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|Keywords For This Course:|
Decision-Making, HR, Analyzing Data
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