Decision making is the task which leaders are tasked with the most during their day. Unfortunately most leaders are not trained how to properly make decision and therefore end up simply “going with their gut” and not necessarily making an informed decision. Thus, as a leaders you should never go with your gut but learn how to make proper decisions.
Dr. Gleb Tsipursky is a cognitive neuroscientist and expert on behavioral economics and decision making. As CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts, he spent over two decades consulting, coaching, speaking and training hundreds of clients across North America, Europe, and Australia, including Aflac, IBM, Honda, Wells Fargo, and the World Wildlife Fund. With over 15 years in academia, including 7 as a professor at Ohio State University, he published dozens of peer-reviewed pieces in academic journals such as Behavior and Social Issues and the Journal of Social and Political Psychology. His thought leadership is featured in Fast Company, CBS News, Time, CNBC, Inc Magazine, and elsewhere.
During this episode, Gleb and I discuss the following topics:
- Why leaders should avoid their “gut” instincts
- Why is the head more important
- The impacts of organizational tribalism
- How to look at situations through different lenses
- Top three cognitive biases which reside in leaders and how leaders can avoid them
- How leaders can go about their decision-making
If you are interested in learning more about Gleb and his resources be sure to check out the following links:
- Never Go With Your Gut Book
- Wise Decision Maker Course
- Disaster Avoidance Experts Website
- Gleb on LinkedIn
- Gleb on Facebook
- Gleb on Twitter