Effective Risk-Taking: Step Out of Your Comfort Zone with Confidence to Effect Positive Change
Taking risks is not easy. It requires a willingness to operate outside of your comfort zone and experiment with new ways of doing things as you step into a situation with unknown or potentially adverse results. But as Margie Warrell famously said, "growth and comfort never ride the same horse." Risk-taking is a necessary part of moving forward. However, there is a big difference between effective risk-taking and just being reckless.
In this program, participants learn how to conduct a risk analysis that unearths the potential benefits and negative consequences of acting on an idea or opportunity. Other areas of focus include overcoming fears, creating contingency plans, managing crises, and building resilience. With this know-how participants are able to develop the confidence they need to pursue valuable growth opportunities that effect positive change in their organization.
- Develop your tolerance for risk and overcome fears.
- Conduct a formal and informal risk analysis.
- Plan for and manage the negative consequences of a risk.
- Build resilience and learn from mistakes.
- Leverage success and examine lessons learned.
- Prepare Yourself
- Assess Opportunities
- Take Action
- Deal with Failure–and Success
- 4 hours / Half Day
- Includes Instructor Guide, Participant Guide, PowerPoint presentation, Course Overview, Learning Summary, and Course Evaluation
- Also Included: Test Your Knowledge, Action Plan, Practice Exercises, and Activities
- Approx. 60 minutes
- Includes PowerPoint presentation
- Also Included: Quizzes and Case Study