Making decisions (when you don’t hold all the cards)

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Winners in poker aren’t the players with the best hand, but people who best adapt to the hazards of chance and their opponents’ bluffs.

Making decisions in highly complex and uncertain situations calls for analytical skills and emotional intelligence. The aim is to reach the best possible decision both in ethical and pragmatic terms.

In today’s uncertain environment, a few poker lessons may be your best guide.

Discover your 15-mn digital path 

Issues are tackled by renowned experts in a series of very different steps and formats. If you want to go further, you can also explore other avenues of thought; by-roads that will be suggested along your itinerary, extending your initial 15 minutes as suits you. 

What’s in it for you? 

  • The 3 golden rules of decision making (poker can teach you)  
  • Be clear about what you can control 
  • Keep your emotions at arm’s length  
  • Adapt to make better decisions 
  • Take the quiz