PCL talks; a webinar series exploring how you can build effective workplaces through the application of modern, psychometric research.
18th MAY: THROWING DICE AND SINKING SHIPS: WHAT IS AND ISN’T REAL IN THE REALM OF DECISION-MAKING
It’s interesting how often book covers and magazine articles about RISK are illustrated with dice, playing cards or roulette wheels, or with illustrations of human misery. But neither has much bearing on the probabilistic reasoning that is typically being advocated. Decision-making reflects individual risk dispositions based on Cognition and Emotion. These dispositions also drive the behaviours that contribute to the statistics utilised by probabilistic reasoning.
Join PCL’s Geoff Trickey for a discussion that takes human factors in risk beyond the throw of a dice or the concession made to ‘perceived utility’, in our upcoming webinar, ‘THROWING DICE AND SINKING SHIPS: What is and isn’t real in the realm of decision-making’. We’ll explore the need to consider the individual differences in the ways that people perceive risk and approach decision-making in work and in life.
When? 18th May, midday-1pm BST, via Zoom
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