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"Sounds good!": Unpacking the Hidden Decision-Making Biases that Hurt Team Outcomes
The problem with bias is that everyone else has it, and we don’t (right?). In this session, we'll identify and explore common cognitive biases that plague team and organizational decision making processes. Biases covered will include: confirmation bias, the fundamental attribution error, bias blind spot, the Abilene paradox, and the rewards folly.

Learning Objectives:
-Identify and explain common biases in group decisions making
-Review examples of what these biases look like/sound like in everyday team conversations
-Identify the impact of unconscious biases to team effectiveness
-Generate communication interventions to disrupt biased decision making

Facilitator: Dr. Cameron Piercy, KU Department of Communication Studies (Lawrence Campus)

Jul 16, 2020 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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