Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Course in Singapore
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Course in Singapore
Cognitive bias is like a second skin in human nature. Our decision-making abilities always involve cognitive bias without conscious thought, more often than not leading to errors in decisions. Learning to mitigate cognitive bias will improve our decision-making skills and will have a lasting effect on how we form judgments in and out of work.
This Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings course
- Avoid unconsciously gravitating towards the argument or opinion that you hear first
- Diversity and open discourse will help you make a more balanced decision
- The more information you have about a topic or decision beforehand, the more readily you can avoid the effects of anchoring
- Give you a good idea of how everyone really feels, before there is any chance of groupthink occurring
- Avoid problems when you need to analyze or interpret results in business experiments
- Encourage people to research the topic for discussion thoroughly, and take steps to build their expertise
- Avoid distortion, illogical interpretations and poor decisions in meetings
- counter your inherent biases, and increase your chance of genuinely understanding and improving your department
- For anyone who earns their living applying brains to problems, cognitive bandwidth becomes the limiting factor for value creation
- Being cynical about the decisions that are obvious helps us search for ways something could go wrong
- Make sure your decisions are rational and free of all unwanted biases
- Use the tips above to pinpoint when cognitive bias happens to you and minimize its influence in your daily life
Below is the list of course objectives of our Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings course
- Avoid cognitive bias in meetings and make objective, rational group decisions
- Look at what cognitive bias is and explore the various ways it can occur during meetings
- Outline strategies you can use to overcome cognitive bias in meetings
- Avoid psychological bias in decision making, as the consequences of poor judgment and bad decisions can be extremely serious
- Remind people of the different forms of cognitive bias before an important decision-making meeting
- Encourage everyone in the group to share ideas and constructively criticize the options that are on the table
- Increase your meeting participants’ knowledge about the issue at hand, and about the industry as a whole
- Take your time; question your own thoughts, intentions and motivation; and guard scrupulously against these common thinking traps
- Learn how not to behave in a manner that is not necessarily rational or indeed optimal
- adopt the perspective of a scientist and look not for confirming evidence but for disconfirming evidence
- Avoid making decisions when you are cognitively involved in a different task
- Know when do you feel most productive and block that time for yourself to make decisions
Below is the list of course content of our Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings training course
- Learn about why people struggle to reason and judge objectively in certain situations
- Cognitive bias, as a set of predictable mental errors that arise from our limited ability to process information objectively
Types of Cognitive Bias and How to Overcome Them
- Confirmation bias is seeking or interpreting evidence in ways that are partial to existing beliefs, expectations or a hypothesis in hand
- To overcome confirmation bias in meetings, make sure that you have a diverse group of attendees who have varying levels of propensity for risk and aversion to it
- Anchoring bias leads people to rely heavily on the first piece of information that they hear
- Research topics or decisions objectively before your meeting takes place and remember, your goal is to provide data that presents a well-rounded view of the issue
- Bandwagon bias is the tendency to form an opinion or take action because others have already done so
- To avoid bandwagon bias, keep the number of people attending the meeting as low as sensibly possible
- Mere exposure effect occurs when repeated exposure of the individual to a stimulus object enhances his attitude toward it
- To avoid the mere exposure effect in meetings, think carefully about data, individuals or ideas that you’re already familiar with
- Hindsight bias occurs when people feel that a certain outcome was obvious and expected, but only after the event has taken place
- The more knowledge you have about the task under consideration, the smaller the resulting hindsight bias would be
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings course
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Learner’s Guide
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Key Takeaways Notes
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Essentials Ebook
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Course Handouts
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings 30-Day Action Plan
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings MindMaps Pack
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings PPT Slides Used During Course
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings E-Learning Course
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Online Video Course
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Essentials Audiobook
Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings training course.
We have the following discounts, fundings & subsidies for this Avoiding Cognitive Bias In Meetings training course
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