Integrating Affective Decision-Making Competence into Leadership Development
|Dates||: 12 May 2017 – Cape Town, 19 May 2017 – Johannesburg|
|Event Type||: One Day Workshop|
|Time||: 08:30 – 16:30|
Who is invited to attend?
Registered Psychology Professionals
Managers are often expected to be leaders. They are required to make decisions impacting their teams, organisations and society on a daily basis. What can organisations do to assess and develop their managers’ decision making ability? This workshop will present a research-based framework linking affect, emotion, mood and personality with the decision-making competence and performance of managers. The workshop will practically demonstrate ways to use this framework to develop managers as leaders.
Prior to the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to take the Leadership Competence Indicator (LCI) assessment and receive complimentary personalised professional development reports at or shortly after the workshop. The assessments will provide a hands-on example of how to use this information in follow-up leadership developmental conversations with managers.
Magda du Preez, PhD, is the owner and lead researcher of ITD Assessments. She is a psychologist and management consultant specialising in leadership and team selection and development, transition management, and performance culture building. She is also an adjunct professor of management at Long Island University, teaching executive MBA courses on strategy implementation and organisational development. She has provided consultation to Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, and non-profit organisations in the United States and abroad. She is an affiliate of the Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology and the American Psychological Association. She also serves on the advisory board of the South Africa Chamber of Commerce in America. She holds a Master’s degree in psychology from University of the Orange Free State, and a PhD in Business at the Wits Business School
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