- Client Case Study for Business and Finance Industry
- Client challenge The objective of the workshop was to equip the participants with the skills and tools needed to solve complex problems and make informed decisions
- Solution Problem-solving and decision-making workshop
In this case study, we present a case study on our problem-solving and decision-making workshop specifically designed for the business and finance industry.
Our workshop equipped professionals with essential skills to overcome challenges and make smart decisions. Through our case study, we showcase how our workshop transformed decision-making abilities and problem-solving skills for businesses.
Discover how our workshop helped a finance industry business solve complex problems with efficient decision-making skills. Read our case study and learn how our workshop helped professionals in the finance industry make informed decisions.
AHEX trainer collaborated with a group of 6 junior line managers at a financial institution to deliver a bespoke one-day Problem Solving Decision Making workshop. The objective of the workshop was to equip the participants with the skills and tools needed to solve complex problems and make informed decisions. The workshop was tailored to meet the specific needs of the participants and delivered through a blend of instructor-led training, group discussions, and interactive exercises.
The primary objectives of the workshop were to:
The workshop delivered the following:
The ROI of the workshop was measured in terms of improved decision-making and problem-solving abilities of the participants. The participants demonstrated a better understanding of the tools and techniques used in decision-making and problem-solving. This resulted in an increase in productivity, better collaboration, and alignment with the institution’s objectives.
The workshop followed a blended learning approach, combining instructor-led training with case studies and interactive exercises. The workshop was designed to be highly interactive, with participants encouraged to share their experiences and collaborate with each other. The workshop was delivered in a classroom setting with breakout sessions to foster collaboration and teamwork.
AHEX trainer conducted a gap analysis before the workshop to identify the areas of improvement in the participants’ problem-solving and decision-making skills. The assessment revealed that the participants lacked a structured approach to solving problems and making decisions. They also needed to develop critical thinking skills to evaluate different options.
AHEX trainer is an experienced trainer with expertise in delivering problem-solving and decision-making workshops. AHEX trainer has delivered several successful workshops for financial institutions and other industries.
The one-day training programme was designed to be highly interactive and engaging. The programme included the following sessions:
The Problem Solving Decision Making workshop delivered by AHEX trainer was a success, with participants demonstrating an improvement in their decision-making and problem-solving abilities.
The workshop provided a structured approach to solving problems and making decisions, equipped participants with the tools needed to identify and evaluate different options, and fostered collaboration and teamwork. The workshop was highly interactive and engaging, with real-world scenarios and case studies used to reinforce learning.
The post-workshop assessment confirmed the effectiveness of the workshop, with participants reporting a better understanding of the tools and techniques used in decision-making and problem-solving.
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Can we request references from other organisations that have used AHEX services before?
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