Improve Your Decisions by Embracing Diversity
As ATD members, we make decisions all day (regardless of our position in our organization). We are all in fact, "Decision Making Factories." Unfortunately, diversity in all its splendor (race, gender, generational, leadership styles…) is seldom fully present as these decisions are made. Dave Jensen’s thought-provoking presentation will show you how to improve your daily decision-making process by increasing diversity. Dave Jensen will integrate his research (on 1,029 individuals) and decade-long experience teaching/coaching leaders, at all levels, to show you can embrace diversity to improve your daily decision-making. You will discover practical, evidence-based tools to help you tackle your difficult challenges. Specifically, you will learn how to:
- Avoid the four deadly traps of poor decisions
- Access diverse leadership styles to expand your options
- Answer the four powerful questions of every great decision
- Apply an easy-to-use decision-making process that embraces diversity
Join us and enjoy Dave's engaging, interactive presentation style as he helps us learn how to…
About Dave Jensen
Dave Jensen employs his extensive background in marketing, research, and leadership to transform proven leadership tools into client success stories. His past professional experiences include: becoming an award-winning salesperson for Siemens; publishing and directing research at UCSD; and serving as an executive at UCLA.
For the last two decades, Dave has combined his practical leadership experience and academic expertise to coach and educate global leaders to conquer their challenges and achieve their strategic goals. He has had teaching appointments in the Executive Education Department in the School of Business at Emory University and at Rockhurst University. Clients included: AmTrust North America, American Public Transit Associations, Boeing, Federal Reserve Bank, Qualcomm, SamTrans, TSYS, Wells Fargo, Xerox....
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