AUGUST 6 AND 13, 9:00AM – 12:00PM
In this course, students will learn to eliminate or minimize tendencies to make bad and costly decisions.
This course focuses on behavioral aspects of individual, group, and corporate levels of decision making, practiced by the most progressive individuals and organization.
- Where Do Bad Decisions Come From? Decision is a process not an event.
- Common types of bias
- Tips on minimizing bias
- Focusing on the decision-making process
- Are you listening and asking the right questions?
- What’s wrong with Ms. Universe questions? Is multi-tasking okay?
- Practicing the art of listening
- How to ask power questions
Individual Rate: P2,500 per class
Pair Rate: P2,000 (2 enrollees in one class, or 1 enrollee in 2 or more classes)
Group Rate: P2,000 per individual (bonus 5+1 FREE in the same class and batch)
Emilio Macasaet III brings extensive corporate experience in both local and multinational companies to the table. He is a former MBA professor for Distribution Management, and is a bestselling author credited for writing the first book on distributor management in the Philippine market.
He currently teaches at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business and is a regular columnist in the Business World newspaper.