Think Strategically - Act Decisively
Opening Plenary - Monday, May 1
Think Strategically – Act Decisively
Decisions are the most basic building blocks of your career, your team, and your company. Success results from stacking those blocks faster and more strategically than your competition. It really is that simple. That’s why 88% of managers who excel at just two skills—strategic thinking and decisive action—are among the top 10% of highest-performing leaders across all industries and job levels. In this engaging keynote, Nick Tasler reveals an elegantly simple Know-Think-Do decision framework for confidently making all decisions—from strategic planning and employee management decisions down to daily customer and resource allocation decisions—faster and more strategically every single day.
- Make good decisions faster all day, every day with a simple 3-part process
- Use a Decision Pulse to align your team more effectively
- Leverage an "Anti-You" to quickly and easily improve your judgment.
- Keep yourself in a confident and decisive mindset all day, every day.
CE/CME Credits: Counselor, Nurse, Physician, Social Worker
Nick Tasler is an organizational psychologist and the internationally acclaimed author of four books including his latest book, Ricochet: What to Do When Change Happens to You. His original insights have benefited the world’s most respected organizations ranging from General Electric, Microsoft, and Wells Fargo to the Royal Bank of Canada, UnitedHealth Group, Yale University, University of Notre Dame, Hospital Corporation of America and many more. Nick’s books have been published in multiple foreign languages and are currently sold on every continent (minus Antarctica). In addition to his consulting and speaking, Nick writes columns for the Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg Business Week, and Psychology Today. He has been a frequent guest lecturer at the Wharton School, and his work has been covered by leading media outlets including NBC, ABC, CBS, U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, and Fox Business as well as NPR and the BBC. Nomadic by nature, Nick and his family of six live in...lots of places. Sometimes Minnesota. Sometimes Florida. Currently Puerto Rico.