September 19, 2019
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Manufacturers Resource Center
Hanover Office Plaza
961 Marcon Boulevard, Suite 200
Allentown, PA 18091
There is no activity more fundamental to personal and organizational success than decision-‐making. It is the one task shared by every leader and professional in an organization. Yet there’s never a guarantee that leaders and professionals will always make good decisions, even in the most benign circumstances. Being able to consistently make high-‐quality decisions in challenging circumstances is an even rarer skill.
Drawing on recent research in neuroscience, behavioral economics, and decision-‐making theory, Decision Mojo™ is a powerful and focused learning experience that helps participants influence and lead better decision-‐making in both personal and professional contexts.
In the 5-‐7-‐hour course, participants learn about:
- New learning from neuroscience about decision-‐making
- 12 specific cognitive traps that cause us to make less effective decisions
- When these traps are likely to occur and how they impact decisions and recommendations
- 8 Disciplines of Decision Acumen that improve the speed and quality of both organizational and personal decisions
Decision Mojo™ is highly interactive and practical. Throughout the workshop participants work in individual, paired, and group exercises to apply the 12 traps and 8 disciplines their own organizational and personal decisions. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants leave with a set of proven methodologies and practical tools that can be applied to most decision-‐making situations.
Program Flow – AGENDA
|Introduction / Context Setting||– Key decision-making is difficult today
– Key organizational and personal decision
|New learning from Neuroscience||– The emerging models of decision-making
– What happens n the brain when making
|The 12 decision traps||– Understanding the 12 decision traps, when
each is likely to occur, and he impact on decisions
|Organizational applications||– Applying the decision traps to your own decisions|
|Personal applications||– Applying the decision traps to personal applications|
|The eight disciplines of decision acumen||– Understanding the focus and key techniques
for each of the disciplines
|Practice applying the disciplines||– Applying the disciplines to personal and
|Individual action planning||-Identification of key learnings and planning first
Cost: $550/person | Discounted to $495/person if registered by August 1, 2019.
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