16 July, 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm, Room 204
The relationship between decision-making and problem solving is complex. The major difference is that, problem solving is a method, whereas decision-making is a process. Problem solving is more an analytical aspect of thinking; a fraction of the overall issue being dealt with.
This workshop will help students to:
- Understand how your mind works in processing decisions
- Recognise the impact of positive and negative influences of decision-making.
- Understand how your decisions shape you belief systems and overall personality
- Confidently share ideas and solutions with others
- Understand creative problem solving techniques
Book your place by emailing your full name, student number and name of the workshop to firstname.lastname@example.org