3 Ways to Improve Your Decision-Making

Last updated September 23, 2019

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Last Updated

September 23, 2019

3 Ways to Improve Your Decision-Making

Last updated September 23, 2019

When it comes to decision-making, practice does not make perfect.


With so much information to process, your brain is constantly creating shortcuts — “rules of thumb” or biases that help you make decisions more quickly. While these shortcuts are meant to help you simplify a complex world, they also pose problems. With these biases humming in the background, you run the risk of making poor decisions.

Join us online to gain awareness about common cognitive biases that impact decision-making. You’ll learn and practice three methods that can help you make sound decisions when it matters most.

Who should attend?

This webcast is ideal for anyone wanting to gain confidence in their decision-making skills – especially those in leadership positions or those who make big and important decisions on a regular basis.


1) You’ll learn how cognitive biases, such as the following, get in the way of your decision-making:

  • Overconfidence
  • Anchoring
  • Confirmation Bias

2) You will learn and practice these three methods for improving decision-making:

  • Pre-Mortem Technique
  • 10-Step Method of Decision-Making
  • Gen. Perry Smith’s Seven Useful Checks for Big Decisions

CPE Credit Available

Continuing education credits: CPE
Recommended CPE Credits: 1.0
Program Field of Study: Personal Development
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Prerequisites: None
Program Level: Basic