12 Cognitive Biases That Can Hamper Corporate Performance
Christos Tsolkas is an entrepreneur, investor, and author of The Gift of Crisis. He has been featured on Harvard Business Review, Forbes, GILD (Global Institute of Leadership Development), and many more. For over 25 years, Christos has successfully led teams, managed turnarounds, and aided digital transformation. He currently serves as the CEO of a significant organization in the dairy and food space.
Your Trusted Crisis Leader
Christos has had the unique opportunity to lead organizations during times of extreme crisis, ranging from the Greek Economic Default of 2010 to the first Ukrainian Crisis of 2013/14 that devolved into a violent geopolitical conflict. In both cases, Christos stabilized business operations and maintained the morale and security of personnel while delivering business results. Most importantly, he leveraged each crisis to catalyze the development of his management teams, enabling the organization to not only weather those storms but thrive. As a result, Christos has developed the Crisis Leadership framework, an imperative for today's organizations.
The Gift of Crisis
How Leaders Use Purpose to Renew their Lives, Change their Organization and Save the World
The Gift of Crisis is a roadmap of proven-in-practice steps for all organizations to properly use any crisis to reset and redefine their purpose and business model, align their stakeholders and society, and use innovation and technology to grow exponentially and help the planet become a better home.
Crisis is a gift. Use it to open your mind and induce change and growth.
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12 Cognitive Biases
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Is your board struggling to move the company forward? There are 12 common mistakes that you should avoid like the Gambler's Fallacy, Optimism Bias, Clustering Illusion and more. Download the free guide to become aware of limiting biases and discover their remedies.
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