Decision Making at Work

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Confirmation bias can creep into every decision we make. People often hold beliefs or don't realize the hidden influences for our perspectives. In doing so we have a greater tendency to favor information that supports our belief or decision, discarding anything contradictory. In his work with CEO's around the country, Dr. Bell has developed a valuable process for removing the hidden influences that limit our decision making process.

Learning Objectives

  1. Define biases and the impact they may have in your life and work.
  2. Differentiate between how these biases and how they may be influencing your decisions at work.
  3. Begin to recognize how to work with biases to be more effective at work. 

About the Author

Brett Bell, Psy.D., M.A.

Brett Bell, Psy.D., M.A.

Brett Bell, Psy.D., MA is an accomplished organizational consultant and executive coach with several years of experience enabling organizations and individuals to learn and grow to their fullest potential. He specializes in leadership team development, professional development, and executive coaching. His passion is creating environments where individuals, teams and organizations can transform and break through to unparalleled performance. As a consultant, Brett has expertise in all facets of leadership development and executive coaching and focuses on aligning the strategic direction of the organization to the strategic development of its people.

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