THINKING, EXERCISING JUDGEMENT AND MAKING DECISIONS
The following competencies fall under the Thinking, Exercising Judgement and Making Decisions category:
Use a logical reasoning process to break down and work through a situation or problem to arrive at an outcome.
Discovering new opportunities and solutions for problems by looking beyond current practices and using innovative thinking.
Decision Making / Decisiveness
Making and taking responsibility for, and demonstrating commitment to appropriate decisions in a timely manner. Ensuring that decisions are made based on policies, rules and organizational directives and solving the emerging problems.
Ensuring that decisions are made based on policies, rules and organizational directives and solving the emerging problems.
Research, Analysis and Evaluation
Understanding and applying formal evaluation methodologies such as those used in the fields of pure and applied sciences, computer science, education, psychology, law accounting, business or quality assurance.
Innovates through analysis of issues and trends and how these link to responsibilities, capabilities and potential of the organization.
Our training services
For the public:
PMC’s open enrollment workshops are available to all individuals. Workshops are delivered in-person (in Ottawa) or as a live, instructor-led session online from anywhere.
Workshop dates run throughout the year.
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PMC delivers standard or customized workshops for a team or work group from your organization. Workshops can be delivered in person at your location, or online at a time that works for you. All for a surprisingly cost-effective price.
PMC offers an extensive library of micro-learning and longer video lessons on soft skills, management and software topics accessible through desktop or mobile devices. The content is self-paced, self-directed, with individual topic choices.