Making Decisions with Science
Training in scientific thinking for professionals

New for 2018, this one-day training programme for professionals brings the benefits of scientific training to improve decision making in the workplace.

Over the course of the training, we cover not just what scientific thinking is but also what makes it effective.  We look at the most common logical pitfalls and how to avoid them, how to gather useful evidence without bias and how to spot the useful limits of thinking scientifically.  All this is done with demonstrations and experiments – resulting in a day that is filled with practical information delivered in an unforgettable way.

We all find it difficult to consistently make rational decisions in real environments. This training course is geared around giving a foundation in scientific thinking to help improve decision making in the workplace. My stage shows and screen work play on the strengths of scientific thinking and how much difference it makes when we can step back and think clearly.

This training session is new for 2018, so if you’d like to talk through any of the details, you can get in touch here.

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