Decision Making for Medical LeadersDescription
Leaders make decisions every day, but the key is doing it more effectively to reach the best outcome.
This two-day workshop will demonstrate how leaders and managers can make decisions well, that support their intuitive judgements with sound analysis. Participants will learn, and then know how, to structure decision situations, balance risk with return, and deal with complexities in organisational decision making, such as sources of uncertainty and multiple conflicting dimensions of value.
Through real case studies, participants will understand how to effectively ‘cut through’ decision complexities, using powerful ‘decision tree’ techniques, and a number of related enhancements. One of the key outcomes from this two-day workshop is that leaders/ managers will become more capable of conducting what is perhaps the most important of all their functional tasks: making their decisions well, to effect great results.
Workshop with Prof D. Samson (Prof of Management, Uni of Melbourne)
RACMA 16 points
- Understand the importance of leaders’ capability in making strategic decisions effectively and channel leaders’ judgments about risk/ uncertainty correctly into decision problems
- Structure using decision trees to solve complex decision problems
- Make decisions effectively when multiple dimensions of value exist
- List common human biases in decision making and how to guard against them
Monday 19 - Tuesday 20 August 2019
Cliftons Melbourne, Level 1, 440 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
9 AM - 5 PM
Bookings are essential, closing Sunday 23 June 2019 (unless sold out prior)
For all enquiries, contact Kate Wright on:
Phone +61 3 9824 4699
Decision making, planning, management, implementation, goals, company interests, employees, practical tools, outcomes
GP, GP Registrar, Specialist, Doctor in Training (DIT), Medical Student, International Medical Graduate, Overseas Trained Doctor
RACMA - Fellows/MOP: 16 pts