Ever wonder why stakeholders say the things they say or make the decisions they make? Do you find yourself making rash judgements or jumping to conclusions? Cognitive bias could be influencing you and your stakeholders’ perceptions and behaviour.
In this conversational webinar, Liz Calder and Kathy Berkidge discuss cognitive bias, how it develops and the importance of mindfulness to help identify when these biases distort ours and our stakeholders’ view of reality.
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About The Speakers
Kathy Berkidge is a BA professional with 30 years of experience in I.T. She delivers BA and agile training and coaching to many organisations in Australia and around the world. Since 1999, Kathy has been studying, practicing and teaching mindfulness. Kathy works with teams and individuals to implement mindfulness practices to improve teamwork, be more innovative and deliver better customer value. She is passionate about seeing people, teams and organisations succeed and thrive in an environment of collaboration and harmony.
Dr Liz Calder’s experience ranges from leading cross functional and global teams in large organisations to being part of a small digital agency team, with clients from the science, life-science and education sectors. Whatever the environment she knows that what makes a project a success is the combination of good project practice and getting the best from the people in your project. She is passionate about making sure that all stakeholders get the most out of a new system or website and uses insights from the fields of psychology & behavioural economics to push for the best outcomes for all involved. Liz is Director of Blue Raccoon Ltd, a Business Analysis consultancy, and blogs at her site blueraccoon.co.uk/articles.