Online Course 'Make Better Decisions' (Early Bird Promotion!)
Today, we officially launch another course from the Corporate Rebels Academy: "Make Better Decisions." This course will help you to radically distribute decision-making so you can make vastly better (and quicker) decisions. There are only 50 discounted early bird tickets available, so be quick!
We are super excited to announce another course to help you build a better workplace. Our latest course is all about distributing decision making—a topic many companies are struggling with.
Let's change the way we decide things
In most companies, decision-making is not the strongest quality by any means.
Some examples we regularly come across:
- Nobody knows who's in charge of which decisions
- Top-down decision-making takes away all the fun
- Decisions are made far from the frontline (and thus, far from the best information)
- Decision-making authority of an individual is linked to their position in the hierarchy
- Bottlenecks are more widespread than in a brewery
This all leads to frustration, disengagement, and underperformance—none of which are things you would want in your organization.
But it doesn't have to be that way.
We've created a course focused on distributing decision-making that is based on what we've learned from workplace pioneers over the years.
The course is fully on-demand and made to be studied entirely on your own time and at your own pace.
The goal? To unleash entrepreneurship, increase commitment and ownership, and cultivate better decisions on ALL levels of the organization.
- The power of distributed decision-making
- How the "advice process" works
- Innovative decision-making practices taken from the world's most progressive organizations
- Practical step-by-step approaches
The content is delivered through text, video, animations, graphics, assignments, and workbooks.
All in all, we provide everything you need to successfully distribute decision-making in your own team or organization.
More than a course
As always, when you purchase a course at the Academy, you automatically join its community. This means you gain access to a global network of like-minded people who are enthusiastic about changing the way they work—people just like you.
In the community, you can join events, form groups around specific interests, join various discussions, and share your progress with the rest of the community.
One time offer: 50 early bird tickets
To celebrate the launch, we are offering 50 discounted early bird tickets: The first 50 people get a 20% discount.
So, here's what you get in total:
- A practical course on how to make better decisions
- One year's access to a global community of rebels and pioneers
- 20% discount: the first 50 people pay €400 (instead of €500) (excluding VAT)
Want to get your hands on this exclusive one-time deal?
You know how the saying about early birds goes...
Time to start the countdown. See you there!
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