Leaders' decision-making competence is being tested by the times. In team meetings, boardrooms and in executive suites, critical business and talent decisions are made. More than ever, society recognizes the high stakes of these decisions and how they effect not only organizations, but also our entire economy and collective livelihoods. The wiring of the brain, with its integrated nature and relative speediness of emotional circuitry, makes it impossible to make completely rational decisions. Yet increasing our moment-to-moment awareness of the emotional and well as factual bases of our decisions ultimately leads to making better decisions. Effective leaders embrace the complexity of today's decisions by understanding the capabilities and biases of those around them. By first recognizing their personal limitations in a world of information overload and by coming to know the worldviews of all their key advisors, peers and direct reports, top decision makers more effectively integrate wide-ranging information to make better decisions. If you want to improve decision-making as a critical competency in your organization, this webcast is for you!