After Completing This Course You Will Be Able To
Understand and apply the Signal Detection Theory to make decisions with limited information
Understand the psychology of decision making
Stop justifying bad decisions
Understand and master decision matrixes
Make sound financial decisions
Know your way around decision making statistics
About This Course
Every decision you make is made with the information that is available to you. In most cases, you won’t have all of the information on hand so what happens when you need to take quick, decisive action?
This in-depth course will teach you how to make methodological, thoughtful decisions, even when you have limited information. You’ll learn strategies for using Signal Detection Theory to help you to make rational decisions that you can be confident in. Packed with expert tools for overcoming biases, flawed logic and self-justification in the instance that you do make a bad decision, this course will assist you in thinking on your feet and creating higher decision making criteria to guide your actions.
What You Will Learn
How to apply the Signal Detection Theory to your decisions
How to prevent yourself from avoiding the hard work of acknowledging a past mistake
How to distinguish between positive and negative types of self-justification
About the Fundamental Attribution Bias and how to avoid this mistake
How to use the tool of a two-by-two matrix to represent possible outcomes of a decision
How to apply Signal Detection Theory to medical decisions concerning yourself and those you love
How to make a more informed choice when deciding who to marry
How to make more thoughtful and knowledgeable decisions about money
How D' numbers work and the role they play in your decision making
Why making bad decisions is a normal, expected part of life, and how to live with them
A twelve-step process in hand for making your next decision a more informed and thoughtful one
Why Learn With Michael Shermer?
Founding Publisher of Skeptic magazine, the host of the podcast The Michael Shermer Show, and a Presidential Fellow at Chapman University. He spent 18 years as a columnist for Scientific American and is the author of 7 New York Times bestsellers.
Who Is This Course For?
Business owners who need to make quick, impactful decisions every day
Entrepreneurs who require strategies for making vital business decisions with limited information
Freelancers wanting to enhance their decision making skills
Business coaches wanting to add Signal Detection Theory to their toolbox
Students wanting to learn about methodological decision making and its benefits in life and business
Anyone wanting to make better decisions in their professional career and personal life
All levels of experience
Access to Internet
Computer / Laptop / Mobile Device
What Is Included?
Immediate unlimited access to course materials
30-day money-back guarantee
Exercises and quizzes to help you put theory into practice
English Closed Captions
Suitable for mobile or desktop
A badge to showcase your expertise on your profile page upon completion