As a leader you make hundreds of decisions every day. Some are small and simple, while others are large, complex, and cognitively challenging. We know surprising amount about how to make decisions more effectively, yet most leaders have never undertaken any learning on their own unique approach to this topic. This session addresses exactly that by exploring the role of emotional intelligence in decision-making before looking through the highly relevant lens of risk disposition.
November 24th & 25th, 2020 - 9am to 1pm CST
$349 (for a Limited Time)
What You'll Learn
- Understand how your emotional intelligence plays a role in your decision-making.
- Explore cognitive biases and their impact on how you see, interpret, and act on data.
- Learn common challenges to decision-making that everyone experiences.
- Recognize your own general decision-making styles.
- Understand how your personal risk disposition affects your decision-making.
- Learn how other people’s risk dispositions work.
- Appreciate what different risk approaches can bring to the decision-making process.
Master The Fundamentals
- Understand your strengths and opportunities for growth.
- Learn how to develop your EQ.
- ‘See’ demonstrations of emotional intelligence in yourself and others.
- Discretionarily reduce your demonstrated EQ depending on the situation.
- Create and apply a simple process for developing your EQ.
About Your Instructor
Drew is an established leadership and organization development practitioner with more than 15 years of experience coaching leaders, developing programs, and creating solutions that generate results. His broad exposure to organizations in a variety of sectors has allowed him to witness first-hand the difference that effective leaders, and effective leadership practices, can have on an organization and the people within it.
He is a Premier Partner and an approved Certifying Trainer for the EQ-i and EQ360 instruments by Multi-Health Systems (MHS), as well as the Risk Type Compass and the Hardiness Resilience Gauge. In addition, he holds certifications as an Achieve Global Master Trainer, is a qualified MBTI practitioner, and is certified in the Hogan HDS, HPI, and MVPI instruments.
Drew holds an MSc in Organizational Psychology from the University of London, England, and an MA in Leadership from Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada. He is a member of the Canadian Psychological Society (CPA) and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
Drew is passionate about personal and organizational development, and believes that everyone deserves to have fulfilling, meaningful work experiences, and that leadership is a privilege that comes with both opportunities and responsibilities.