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Reaching Consensus – The Risks and the Rewards

Reaching Consensus – The Risks and the Rewards A consensus decision occurs when a group comes together and makes a decision that everyone agrees on. Consensus is often used to forge a sense of unanimity and goodwill. As a result, we often see teams and groups – even entire organizations – operating on the basis …

G.R.O.W. Model Coaching Questions

G.R.O.W. Model Coaching Questions Download PDF – “G.R.O.W. Model Coaching Questions” Goal What is the subject matter or the issue on which you would like to work? What form of outcome are you seeking by the end of this coaching session? How far and how detailed do you expect to get in this session? In …

Using the G.R.O.W. Model to Organize Tough Decisions

Using the G.R.O.W. Model to Organize Tough Decisions Tough decisions need to be organized so that people can move through them in a logical way. One technique to help people manage difficult discussions is the G.R.O.W. model1. It’s a tool facilitators use to manage virtually any kind of tough conversation. It works like this. Download …

Using Values to Decentralize Decision-Making

Using Values to Decentralize Decision-Making One of the greatest benefits of developing a framework of core values is that decision making can be decentralized. When people understand the company’s core values, there is no need for top-down command and control. Instead, you can implement “values-based decision making.” The result can be higher levels of innovation, …

Three Steps to Flawless Decision-Making

Three Steps to Flawless Decision-Making This tool provides a simple, straightforward checklist for effective decision-making. Leaders can use this tool to clarify decision-making roles and responsibilities – and to train people in making better decisions. It includes brief definitions of the five types of decisions (our “Five Types of Decisions” tool contains detailed explanations of …

Preferred Decision-Making Styles

Preferred Decision-Making Styles We each have our own preferred style of decision making. Each style is prone to certain habits in making decisions. Knowing your style, and being aware of the pitfalls of each style, is an important step in becoming a leader—and helping build the skills of the people around you. Download the PDF …