SMART MEETINGS FREE FROM BIAS


Learn how to organise meetings in a way that minimises the effect of cognitive bias and group thinking.

Increase the quality of your decision-making and the IQ of your organisation.

For whom?

- Anyone interested in improved decision-making

- Those responssible for organising, preparing or chairing meetings

- Business managers & people managers

Practical

- 1 day

- up to 10 participants

- made to measure

Didactic methods

- Interactive knowledge transfer

- Analysing and learning from practical examples

- Working on your own cases

Programme


Block 1. The pitfalls of our thinking and how they lead to bad decisions

  • How does our brain work? System-1 and system-2 thinking.
  • What are the main errors in thinking that play a role in a group?


Block 2: Organizing a meeting so that your organization makes quality decisions

The choice of participants: Who to invite?


The preparation:

  • What kind of preparation do you ask from the participants?
  • Which techniques are most suitable to ensure meetings are based on data and facts?


Chairing the meeting:

  • Who do you give the floor to first?
  • Which mechanisms do you use to arrive at a well-founded and well-supported decision?


The follow-up:

  • What to do with dissenting opinions, once the decision has been made?
  • How to learn from mistakes? 

SMARTER THINKING

BETTER RESULTS

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