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Webinar (CPA Crossings): Critical Thinking for Financial Professionals

Description

What were they thinking? Why do business leaders sometimes make horrible decisions that severely damage themselves and their organizations? It is tempting to assume that poor choices must be due to someone’s incompetence, inexperience, bad character, or low intelligence. Yet, when we make a mistake ourselves, we someone rationalize it as a choice other people would make under the same circumstances. This session will discuss the common decision-making errors people make and to help you avoid making these blunders yourself.

This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.

Learning Objectives

Gain insights that will help you, and your management team make better decisions.

Major Topics

Two Systems of Thinking

  • System 1
  • System 2

How cognitive bias can cause you to make bad decisions

  • Anchoring
  • Availability
  • The Dunning-Kruger Effect
  • The Ikea Effect
  • The Rhyme as Reason Effect
  • Substitution

6 Tips for making better decisions

Provider
CPA Crossings, LLC
Course Level
Intermediate
CPE Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
1
Who Should Attend

All professionals at every level

Instructor(s)
John Daly
Prerequisites

Some background in logical thinking is helpful

Advanced Preparation

This webinar is produced by CPA Crossings. You will receive your login link/instructions and Certificate of Attendance directly from this third-party vendor. It is important that you review your COCPA confirmation for details on receiving your login instructions and COA from said vendor.

Location
Webinar
Event Information
When
Oct 13, 2021
7:00 am - 8:00 am MDT
Location
Webinar
Total CPE Credits
1
Format
Webinar

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Webinar (CPA Crossings): Critical Thinking for Financial Professionals


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