Noise & the art of critical thinking
Special Guest: Nobel Prize Winner Daniel Kahneman
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Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman will share the best ideas from his latest book Noise in this digital seminar:
✔️ What is Noise and how does it affect our judgement?
✔️ How can we reduce noise to make better (business) decisions?
Daniel Kahneman hardly ever gives live sessions, but for us he makes an exception. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
SPEAKERS FOR THE DIGITAL SESSION
In the digital session, our -very- special guest is Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman. 87 years of age, live from New York. He will share insights from his newest book Noise, and will answer questions. You will also get reflections and insights from our guest speakers: Ben Tiggelaar, Margriet Sitskoorn en Sanne Blauw.
YOU WILL LEARN:
✔️ How Noise distorts our clear and critical thinking
✔️ How you can recognize Noise
✔️ What you can do to minimize or eliminate Noise
14:00 CET Opening by host
Welcome and opening by our host
Part 1: Essential brain knowledge for leaders
Part 2: Noise - a flaw in human judgement
Part 3: Behavioral economics for leaders
‘Behavioral economics for leaders’ Daniel Kahneman in moderated conversation with Ben Tiggelaar (20 mins)
‘Putting psychology to work’. Talkshow with Ben Tiggelaar, Sanne Blauw and Margriet Sitskoorn
17.00 CET End of the digital masterclass
Final remarks by our host
Recording & Book
When you register, you'll receive the book 'Noise'. You also get access to the recording for 2 weeks.
Living legend and Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman is one of the most influential psychologists in the world.
A neuropsychologist and professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at Tilburg University. She is perhaps the best-known brain expert in the Netherlands
Dr. Ben Tiggelaar is a bestselling author, columnist and one of the Netherlands' most sought-after trainers in the field of leadership and change
The influence of NOISE should be seismic, as it explores a fundamental yet grossly underestimated peril of human judgementRobert Cialdini, bestseller author
Hybrid program: digital & physical (Utrecht)