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Leadership and Decision Making: What Neuroscience tells us about bias

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Being able to make critical decisions in the work place without having bias is something all leaders should work to develop.

Today’s data ubiquity makes the process of decision making complex and potentially paralyzing. Successful leaders understand how to leverage analytics and human bias to learn more about their organizations, their people and their customers. By doing so they can swiftly move to making smart decisions beneficial to themselves and their organizations.

Your takeaways from this webinar will be:


  • Learn why decision making is inherently more complex today

  • Increase your awareness of unconscious bias

  • Learn new strategies for smarter decision making

About the Presenter

Joe Carella is the Assistant Dean of Executive Education at Eller College of Management. His academic and research engagements have seen him focus on corporate strategy, strategic decision making and business performance with a variety of corporate clients including Hershey's, Chevron, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation and Intel.

Articles written by the presenter:

https://executive.eller.arizona.edu/2017/08/31/smart-strategies-high-impact-leaders/

https://executive.eller.arizona.edu/2017/07/13/leaders-love-hate-relationship-complexity/



This webinar is brought to you by the UA Alumni Career and Professional Development Lab.

Workshops are free and open to all UA alumni, students, and friends. Recordings of all archived workshops are available on-demand for members of the UA Alumni Association.

With questions about access or to request any disability-related accommodations that will facilitate your full participation in this webinar such as ASL interpreting, captioned videos, Braille or electronic text, etc., please contact Syndric Steptoe, syndric.steptoe@al.arizona.edu.

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