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Are you making the right leadership decisions?

November 8, 2012

Are you making the right leadership decisions?

Decision making is one of the most important skills for managers and leaders, and can make (or break) a career.   Default behaviors can lead to intuitive business decisions that are flawed. However, we can "rewire" certain behaviors in order to make better business decisions. During this webinar,  Dr. Lee Newman, Dean of Behavioral Science at IE Business School, will explain the impact of recent findings in behavioral sciences on advancing your career. He will share key strategies for helping you make sound business judgments for long term value creation.

In this Webinar you will learn:

1. The impact recent findings in behavior sciences have on improving your decision making and advancing your career.

2. How you can we re-wire reflexive behaviors to make better judgments and more effective decisions for long-term value creation.

3. The role of behavioral fitness and positive leadership in equipping professionals to excel.

About Presenter:

Dr. Newman's work centers on translating and applying psychology to help people optimize their performance in the workplace. He is currently serving as Dean of the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and is directing IE Business School’s initiatives in behavioral and positive leadership. Lee's work experience includes serving as an engagement manager for McKinsey & Company, and as a Founder and senior manager in two technology startups.

He has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science from the University of Michigan, an MBA and a Masters in Technology Policy from the MIT Sloan School of Management, and a Bachelors magna cum laude with honors in Engineering from Brown University. His research and teaching focus on cognitive biases in managerial judgement and decision-making.

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