Blind spots are black spots – A way to greater clarity of thinking for better decisions, better outcomes #riskawarenessweek2019

Its easy to say “Everyone’s entitled to make a mistake”, especially when it is your own. Therein lies the biggest problem for our own decision making. Each of us think we are the world’s greatest decision maker and everyone else has a problem – You often find yourself thinking “If only they could see the world with the clarity that I can see (whilst playing the soundtrack from the movie Limitless in your head)”.

RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 broadcasted online at https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com from 14 to 18 October 2019

In truth we accept mediocrity in decision making. We know more about our unconscious biases than ever before, yet many leaders do not put into place processes to raise themselves above the pack.

In this session Bryan Whitefield will give you a very simple decision model to help you manage the risk in your decision making AND he will show you where risk management and the decision sciences take their rightful place in bringing the model to life.

This is a must watch session for anyone working in risk management and a great foundation for the whole week. Make sure you sign up!

https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com/talks/influencing-decision-makers/

About Bryan

Bryan is a specialist in risk-based decision making and strategic analysis born from his more than twenty years of facilitating executive and board workshops. Bryan’s experience as a risk practitioner includes the design and implementation of risk management programs for more than 100 organisations across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Bryan is the author of DECIDE: How to Manage the Risk in Your Decision Making and Winning Conversations: How to turn red tape into blue ribbon, a book that teaches you practical methods to cut through with your advice and make the impact you want to make. This book supports his Persuasive Adviser Program for risk professionals.

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