Monthly Archives: May 2020

Cognitive biases: how the mind skews reality

Decades ago scientists didn’t know that the brain’s neural pathways can keep growing. Now they understand neural networks play a key role in lifelong learning. Meanwhile, behavioral researchers have been studying how the human mind approaches decision-making, with findings that cast light on the cognitive biases that are nearly hard wired.

The upshot of these discoveries?

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By |May 14th, 2020|Facilitation, Leadership|0 Comments

Great leaders think about how they think

Now that you’ve stabilized your organization, what next?

Yes, it’s hard to know. There are countless losses stemming from the pandemic; certainty is one of them.  All the knowns and unknowns of this new Covid-19 era compel us to reach beyond the usual limitations of our thinking.

There’s plenty of open source content on scenario planning, and […]

By |May 4th, 2020|Leadership|2 Comments