| Recorded: June 14, 2011
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
This informative Webcast will look closely at how leaders make decisions
beginning with a review of "The Stress Effect" and two of its
primary components: stress and
decision making. The presentation will continue
with a detailed look at several different aspects of decision making, provide a deeper
understanding of how decisions are made under stress, and
offer valuable techniques
and strategies to improve decision making effectiveness - even when
- Understand why some decisions that may seem rational or conscious really aren't
- Discover a model for understanding the dynamic factors at work when decision making occurs
- Learn how your comfort zone impacts stress tolerance, and therefore, decision making effectiveness
- Learn how stress impacts decision making and how to minimize the negative effects of stress
- Discover how to implement specific techniques and strategies to improve decision making effectiveness
- Take part in a Live Q & A session immediately following the broadcast to deepen your understanding
- Receive one free administration of the ARSENAL Assessment & become eligible to participate in the ARSENAL Online Certification
"The Stress Effect" Webcast Series is based on validated scientific research and key findings from The Stress Effect: Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions - and What to Do About It, a groundbreaking individual and organizational resource for developing leaders and teams under stress, by Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D.
Attend & Become Eligible to Participate in the ARSENAL Online Certification.
Attend & Receive One Free Administration of the ARSENAL™ Assessment to measure your Current Effectiveness in the key areas that impact Resilience.
Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., HPS President & CEO
Debra Cannarella, HPS Director of Operations
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