Wise Decision Making

We make hundreds of decisions every day, mostly without thinking too much. But what happens when we have to make a really big decision with little or no certainty?
Predictably, such decisions will be biased by any one of over 100 known cognitive errors. Even if we think we are not biased that in itself is a bias!
So how can you improve the odds of making the right decisions for the right people at the right time? Research findings from cognitive science and the psychology of wisdom reveal a three-step process that you can apply to any situation at any time to make not just good decisions, but wise decisions.


Coaching for Wisdom


Coaching for Wisdom Workshop for the Australian Psychological Society Interest Group in Coaching Psychology (NSW Branch), Royal Automobile Club, Sydney, October 15, 2011

Coaching for Wisdom Workshop for the Australian Psychological Society Interest Group in Coaching Psychology (Victoria Branch), Jasper Hotel, Melbourne, May 28, 2011

"Wise Decisions: How the psychology of wisdom can be applied to everyday life", 2nd Australian Positive Psychology and Well-Being Conference, 12th - 13th February, 2010. Monash University, Caulfield, VIC.

Coaching for Wisdom Workshop at Melbourne Business School's Sydney Campus, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont, December 12, 2008

Coaching for Wisdom Workshop at Melbourne Business School's Sydney Campus, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont, June 18-19, 2008

Coaching for Wisdom Workshop for the University of Sydney Coaching and Mentoring Association, Worrall Lecture Theatre, Sydney Eye Hospital, Macquarie Street, Sydney, May 31, 2008

Wisdom in Leadership Workshop at Melbourne Business School's Sydney Campus, Jones Bay Wharf, March 14, 2008

Inaugural Coaching for Wisdom Workshop at Melbourne Business School's Sydney Campus, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont, October 19, 2007



1 comment:

  1. Lovely to meet you again at the Mindfulness conference Peter.

    Mary Dwyer
    www.impactsolutions.com.au

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