Decison-Making Style Inventory, Participant's Workbook
August 2007, Pfeiffer
The Inventory offers a proven, easily understandable way to assess decision-making style. The Inventory measures two dimensions of decision-making: Two structural styles?Systematic and Spontaneous, and two processing styles?Internal and External. The 20-item Inventory determines which of four styles is an individual?s preferred style. It is a powerful tool that can be used in numerous developmental situations such as formal leadership training, coaching, and even performance appraisals.
Use the Decision-Making Inventory Participant?s Workbook in conjunction with the Inventory to determine your decision-making style.
UNDERSTANDING UN-UNDERSTANDABLE PEOPLE.
Welcome and Objectives.
Introducing the Styles.
Scoring the DMSI.
Treasure Hunters and Detectives.
Implications of the Decision-Making Styles.
Strengths and Liabilities.
Putting the Styles to Use.
What I Can Do to Improve the Way I Work with Others.
“The DMSI provides a unique and easily understood approach for managing decision-making styles that works for both individuals and organizations.”--Ingrid Bens, author, Facilitating with Ease! and Advanced Facilitation Strategies
“We used the DMSI in a college career exploration course designed for students who were undecided or changing their majors. The DMSI was an exceptional tool that helped students understand the important role that decision-making style plays in the process of making realistic career choices.”--Melinda McDonald, associate director, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University and George Steele, director of educational access, The Ohio Learning Network
Decison-Making Style Inventory, Participant's Workbook (US $25.00)
-and- The Decision-Making Inventory: Facilitator Guide Package (US $51.00)
Total List Price: US $76.00
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