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Making good business decisions quickly

Make better decisions

In the hustle and bustle of today’s business environment, it is imperative for leaders to make smart decisions quickly and help others thrive by instilling confidence in them. Making a wrong decision and correcting course is not what kills organizations, but not making decisions or making them too slowly can. Slow decisions cost time and money. They can cause you to miss a window of opportunity, impact relationships and destroy confidence in leadership.

What you'll learn

  • Use a three step process to make good decisions quickly.
  • Take the right approach when making decisions with a group.
  • Get yourself moving again if you find yourself waffling.
  • Weigh incoming and sometimes overwhelming amounts of information quickly and effectively.

Who should watch

  • Business owners
  • CEOs and executives
  • Managers

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Marjorie Engle
Senior Vice President,
Organizational Development & Family Business Services

Marjorie Engle's extensive expertise in board governance, executive coaching, organizational analysis and succession and strategic planning has helped closely held and family-owned entrepreneurial businesses throughout the nation succeed.

One of the few consultants in the central US specializing in family business matters, Marjorie holds a Certificate in Family Business Advising from the Family Firm Institute (FFI). The FFI has recognized her expertise and contributions in the area of family business management by naming her an FFI Fellow. She is also a certified coach with Family Business Partners and associate director of the Kansas Family Business Forum, hosted by Wichita State University's Center for Entrepreneurship.