Wisdom is a fuzzy concept; we know it when we see it, but we can’t always put it into words. We believe it is associated with age or experience, but we also recognize that someone can have the experience, but not be wise.
This course looks past the fuzziness to examine wisdom as a set of competencies that can be defined, developed, and used in the workplace.
In a world where more and more data is being processed by AI and machine learning, the value of human judgment becomes crucial. This course will help you understand and demonstrate how the wisdom you have built up over years can be a critical advantage for an employer.
Facilitator: Chris Anstead, PhD, co-author of several academic books on the role of culture in organizations.
Chris Anstead is passionate about strategic thinking, critical thinking, and the value of wisdom in the workplace. As the President of Red Queen Strategy, he welcomes the opportunity to help individuals and teams develop strategic thinking, planning and decision-making competencies. Chris has more than 22 years of experience as a management consultant and entrepreneur and spent more than 3 years running executive education at the DeGroote School of Business. Chris holds a PhD in History (Western University), has obtained the Project Manager Job Skills Certification (Rutgers University), and earned the Chartered Director designation in governance from the Directors College (McMaster University). He is the co-author of several academic books on the role of culture in organizations.