We all want to be confident in our decisions. But what happens when there are more unknowns than knowns in the equation…or our own biases interfere with making the decision that leads to the best possible outcome?
Based on decades of research on what leads people to make very good – and very bad — decisions, this program instills the tools and knowledge to help you make better decisions for you and for your organization.
Managers, investors, negotiators, and consumers all make predictable mistakes. Understanding the psychology of decision making, combined with responsible use of data, can offer a competitive advantage. Therefore, this program will benefit a broad range of people from the public and private sectors including:
In this program, you will:
Learn how your intuition guides you, how to overcome the mind traps that can impair effective decision-making, and how human decision biases can create opportunities to positively influence people.
Learn the strengths and the perils of using intuition, as well as how to leverage data to inform your decisions.
Determine how to make the most of collaboration with others and capitalize on the wisdom of the group.
Consider the tradeoffs between short-term vs. long-term interests in building a sustainable enterprise and how confidence affects decision making and performance.
Sessions are held on Thursdays, 8:00-9:30 a.m. PST.Download Brochure
Get recognized! Upon completing this program, Berkeley Haas Executive Education will award you with a verified Digital Certificate of Completion. Your participation in the live sessions is critical to the value you and your fellow participants will derive from this executive education program. Each session includes activities in which you will interact with the faculty and your peers. Hence, to earn the certificate, you are required to attend all four live sessions.
This program also counts toward a Certificate in Business Excellence.Download Brochure
Note: After successful completion of the program, your verified digital certificate will be emailed to you in the name you used when registering for the program. All certificate images are for illustrative purposes only and may be subject to change at the discretion of UC Berkeley Executive Education.