The analysis of facts to form a judgment.
Decision–making is regarded as the cognitive process resulting in the selection of a belief or a course of action among several alternatives.
The aim of this module is to introduce conflicts as moments that cannot be prevented, the most important thing is to learn how to handle or manage them. The students would learn strategies and techniques for addressing conflicts.
Central to the module is the sub-topic of priorities management, where the lecturer would focus on taking control and balancing multiple tasks even when they are all priorities with the aim of minimizing the impact of most common time wasters.
The aim of this module is to raise awareness about the importance of team work at every work place. It would help the participants to understand behavioral forms supportive of team work, confidence and engagement building as well as team work for better and quicker results.
This block will deal with the issue why misunderstandings happen? Talking is simply not enough, for productive conversations much more is required than just ability to speak.
We hear about feedback all the time, whereas everybody is aware of how important it is to give feedback and everybody is interested to know how his/her performance and achievements are appreciated.