Avoiding Groupthink with Collaborative Decision Making

Class Type(s): Professional Development,

Class Number: HR-LOD137
Cost: $50

Description:

PLANNED ZOOM DELIVERY DUE TO COVID-19

Avoiding Groupthink with Collaborative Decision Making reviews the benefits of working in a team and the challenges that can inhibit team progress. Participants will discuss Groupthink by looking at the symptoms that can impact the team dynamics leading to a negative outcome. Participants will share examples of how Groupthink has impacted them. Best practices will be reviewed in how to overcome phenomenon with a focus on two tools in brainstorming solutions (Cause & Effect Analysis) and making decisions via a team decision-making model Nominal Group Technique.

 

Facilitator: Kevin Rice Ph.D.

Objectives:

  • Review the challenges associated with Groupthink.
  • Describe how to make a group decision with a proven best practice brainstorming model.
  • Experience the benefit of implementing the Nominal Group Technique and how this contributes to more effective team buy-in and decision making.

 

 

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Scheduled Classes:
December 2, 2020

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