Duration: 1 day
Cost: $575 (includes materials fee)
Target Audience: All City employees involved in decision-making
Instructor: Jack Hagerty - (415) 557-4913 | Bobbie Lee- (415) 557-4931
How will participants benefit?
- Increase your ability to make more effective decisions in different types of situations
- Learn why leaders may make poor decisions, and learn strategies to avoid poor decision making
- Gain practical tools to improve decision making
Drawing on the most recent research in neuroscience, decision theory, and behavioral economics, Decision Mojo™ helps participants recognize key cognitive traps that can cause suboptimum decisions. Participants learn about how our brain makes decisions and falls into predictable traps such as Frame Blindness and Snap Judgment Error when making decisions. This workshop teaches a number of specific strategies to make more effective decisions for different types of situations. Participants learn to apply a set of tools to improve effectiveness in both organizational and personal decision situations.
Please Note: An extended version of this workshop is also offered as part of the CCSF & MEA Leadership 2.0 Program.
What participants are saying:
- “Useful and practical way to think through life or work decisions.”
- “Lots of concepts and ideas to take home, and the materials were great!”
- “It was eye-opening and engaging to walk through how we make decisions.”
- “Provided a lot of insight and tips on how to make better decisions.”
Department of Human Resources
1 South Van Ness
SF, CA 94102