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Acquire the tools to make smart, impactful business decisions

Decisive leaders stand out. But acquiring decision-making confidence requires sophisticated skills, knowledge and experience.


If you could peer into the future, calculate knock-on effects and predict outcomes, making decisions would be easy. But in the fast-paced world of business you need to harness rare skills to manage risks and take others with you.

Whether you’re an executive in a major international firm or the leader of an SME, discover the vital ingredients common to all good decisions and realise your decision-making power.

Decision Making Strategies for Leaders accelerates your experience and arms you with the confidence to tackle uncertainty head-on. You gain deep knowledge and the tools you need to make confident decisions and persuasively communicate them to various stakeholders.

Draw on world-class expertise across a range of disciplines to develop a profound understanding of what goes into smart decision-making. Gain insights from outstanding thought leaders David Faro, Niro Sivanathan and Victor DeMiguel. Take advantage of board-level experience with a session led by former Dean of LBS, Sir Andrew Likierman.


How you benefit


  • Sharpen your decision-making using sound reasoning, critical thinking and rigorous analysis

  • Acquire actionable frameworks personalised to your unique situation for effective decision-making

  • Explore new approaches, analysing theory with experts well-versed in applying it in real-world contexts.

  • Reinforce your learning through an immersive decision-making simulation

  • Receive feedback and review your learning outcomes with follow-up coaching for long-term impact.

Key Details

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Location: London
  • Next programme dates:


    • 9 – 13 July 2018


    2018 fees: £7,900

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Why not take this programme as part of our Executive Education Certificate in Management?

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Contact us

Contact Rebecca Bryant, Programme Associate


Email: dmsl@london.edu

Tel: +44 (0)20 7000 7372

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