|Workshop Name||CPM: Problem Analysis and Problem Solving for Public Managers|
|Date||Jul 22, 2021 08:30 AM – 03:15 PM|
|Problem Analysis and Problem Solving for Public Managers flyer|
Successful managers know that problem-solving is based on a systematic process of recognition and analysis. Learn the limitations of your present problem-solving style and how to overcome them. Examine communication processes to improve creativity, identify roles for groups and teams in problem-solving, and discover how to define problems in new ways.
By the end of this class you should be able to:
Instructor: Jeff Russell (MS, UW-Madison) is codirector of Russell Consulting, where he helps organizations successfully respond to the challenges of continuous change. He focuses on leadership development, strategic thinking, leading change, understanding and dealing with behavioral styles, and performance management.
“The instructor was excellent. I appreciate the format- the surveys and breakout session were helpful.”
“That PSDM is going to be a paradigm shift for me…from ‘think, think, react’ to ‘use a process, slow down’. Thank you Jeff!”