Blind Spots Intelligence: How to Make Ethical Decisions [ETHICS]

May 25, 2022
Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm



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Discussion Leader: Kevin McCarthy, CSP

Website registration for this course closes on May 24, 2022. To register after this date please contact the society at or 907-562-4334.

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Blind Spots Intelligence: How to Make Ethical Decisions and Build Better Relationships (4-Hours CPE)

May 25th, 2022 / Afternoon Session

As he struggles to understand the complexity of his bad decisions, an ever-widening web of conspiracy and corruption is revealed. But its not the legal conspiracy of the largest stock fraud in the history of Washington state, involving some of the biggest names in sports or the enigmatic FBI its a conspiracy of the mind. Its a battle with the most nefarious enemy of us all: our own blind spots.

Our speaker spent 33 months in a federal prison for a crime he didnt knowingly commit because he had blind spots. What are your blind spots doing to you? We all have numerous blind spots. Most of us think we have fewer than average. Therein lies the conundrum.

Blind spots are those unconscious biases, limiting beliefs and thinking errors that cloud perceptions, drive destructive behaviors and impair decision-making.

There is only one way to conquer this enemy: Blind Spots Intelligence.

Learning Objectives:
Learners will discover how to increase your Blind Spots Intelligence so you can make better decisions and enjoy richer relationships at work and home by:
- Discovering the fundamental principles for mitigating your blind spots.
- Challenging your perceptions and assumptions that are impacting your decisions and behavior.
- Learning how to maintain a heightened state of awareness to quickly recognize your blind spots so you can avoid unnecessary conflicts and bad decisions.
- Applying Neuroplasticity principles for creating better thinking habits.
- Unmasking the hidden biases that creep into every decision-making process.
- Learning and applying simple but effective critical decision-making tools.

CPE Credits: 4, Ethics

Discussion Leader: Kevin McCarthy, CSP