More About The Workshop
In this two-hour session, we will:
• Learn about the different errors and biases to which our minds are prone, and how to correct for these.
• Consider the ways in which we might judge ideas too much by their source and too little on their independent merit.
• Practise the art of detachment from our own experiences and interests, in order to consider things from a wider, more universal point of view.
• Learn strategies for making decisions that will serve us well in the long term.
What characterises mastery of this skill?
Employees demonstrate objectivity by detaching and reflecting on their impulses and seeking the perspective of others. They can fully explain their decisions and keep an open mind about how biases can affect them. Objective employees may also have clear boundaries and ‘ground rules’ that help them avoid biases altogether.
What characterises a lack of this skill?
Those with a lack of objectivity tend to make spontaneous and impulsive decisions based on biased perceptions. They might feel regret about previous actions and choices, or else vehemently defend decisions that had negative consequences. Questioning their decisions may lead to defensiveness rather than fruitful discussion.
“The horrid doubt always arises whether the convictions of man’s mind … are of any value or at all trustworthy.” — Charles Darwin
‘This has been my second class and both have been excellent!’
‘It helped me to consider the reasons behind unreasonable feelings & perceptions’
‘It showed me the importance of slowing down to think about things carefully’
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We offer a 10% ticket price reduction on virtual events under £60 for Students with valid ID, over-65’s, un-waged and people with disabilities. To claim your discount please email [email protected] for the codes to use at checkout. Please note that we may ask for your ID for proof of eligibility before we issue the code.
Our current virtual classes, workshops, conversations and events are hosted on Zoom. Once you have purchased your ticket you will receive an email the day before the event with all the essential information you will need including the Zoom invitation link and password. Please make sure you have given us your correct email address. If you have brought a ticket on the behalf of another person please make sure you forward them the email if you have not provided the other attendees email. Please note that our London classroom is currently closed.
Virtual Emotional Education Classes last two and a half hours. The first 15-30 minutes is for on-boarding (to join and connect to Zoom) and an icebreaker, followed by a two-hour class, with a short break. Business Talks are 1 hour long with no break.
Currently we offer morning and evening weekday and weekend classes. Please visit our Calendar where you can browse by date. The evening classes generally run from 18:30 to 21:00 GMT/BST, the morning classes from 9:30 to 12:00 GMT/BST. Please note it is your responsibility to double-check whether you are booking a morning or evening class at the time of booking. We cannot be held responsible if you mistakenly book a morning class instead of an evening class (or vice versa) and are then not able to attend on the day due to other commitments. To find out more about our ticket transfer, exchange or refund policy please see Cancellations, Transfers and Exchanges.
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You are not required to have read anything before the event. The essential information email that you receive before the class contains a workbook which accompanies the class. If you have a printer you may want to print the workbook, however, you can also have it downloaded on your desktop and you can edit the PDF.