Edward de Bono's Power of Perception™
90% of errors in thinking are errors of perception rather than of analysis. We are all victims of the classic problem of climbing a ladder with several rungs missing. Most of us have a narrow and fixed view of the world. We see things only from our own perspective. This tunnel vision results in judgments and decisions that may not be the best for ourselves or those around us. Power of PerceptionTM provides you with 10 tools to broaden your thinking. These tools provide insights to help you make better decisions.
Benefits to You
Business Outcomes :
Your organisation / user will gain reputation as one that seriously and effectively listens to the requirements and views of its partners / workforce/clients and is able to offer alternatives in terms of relevant solutions and perceptions to the issue in question. The use of the tools will also make for sound value oriented advice and clearly propose well prioritised schedules for action. Most importantly one will be able to recognise the real issue at hand and help identify the right focuses for effective problem solving and formulation of strategies.
Learning Outcomes :
•Evaluate with more depth – going beyond the inadequate PRO-CONS dichotomy to include possible INTERESTING considerations and ensuring that no significant FACTOR is overlooked in the accounting
•Predict possible scenarios in time differentiated projections of future developments term
•Increase awareness of perceptions of other stakeholders in terms of key VALUES and PRIORITIES
•Learn to accurately identify the issue in question vis-à-vis clear definitions of GOALS and desired OUTCOMES
•Difference between Perception and Processing and their relative importance
•Why Perception must account for the LANDSCAPE
•How to create a LANDSCAPE
•9 1 tools of the ‘Power of Perception” Method
•Practice in using the tools to achieve better decision making
•Learning to select and sequence the tools
•Practice applying the tools in specific scenarios
•Constructing a framework for action using the POP tools
Please note that photographs may be taken for seminar records.
Who should attend
(Level 3) New Managers
(Level 4) Managers
(Level 5) Senior Managers & Directors