In 2002, Daniel Kahneman won the Nobel Peace Prize for his profound work in Behavioural Economics. In his more recent book, Thinking, Fast and Slow, he delves into errors in judgment and decision making. It turns out even the most confident predictors and self-proclaimed experts in character judgment aren’t as accurate as they may think.
In this session, we’ll discuss multiple biases, their effects in decision making, and why curiosity is the skill we should all be honing in on.
Key Takeaways from this Session
- Fear the leader who doesn’t know what he or she doesn’t know
- Why questions are better than answers
- Why the answer is almost always, ‘it depends’.