Posts Tagged ‘rationality’

Rational Intuition to be hosted in London

The ‘Interesting Talks London’ series organised by Matt Kendall through the Meetups network will host my talk Rational Intuition on 15 October 2012.

To find out more, please click HERE

Rational Intuition at the RSA

I am very excited for my lecture at the RSA on rational intuition on 1 December 2011.

The lecture draws on my larger offering of a motivational package for a wide range of organisations in the private and public sector.

Rational Intuition is my way of thinking about how we make good decisions. It argues that an over-reliance on ‘self-interested’ rationality can lead to incorrect solutions to problems. I argue that a combination of rationality and intuition, that form of practical wisdom that comes from long term expertise (or unconscious competence), provides the best way forward for key decisions that have lasting impact.

The argument is developed in two ways: (1) it uses multiple examples from my work as a Professor of Political Science and International Consultant (including interesting date from Glowinkowksi International) and (2) illustrative demonstrations from my work as a professional magician and Associate of the Inner Magic Circle (AIMC).

More on my approach can be found by clicking HERE

For more on the lecture event (including booking a place), click HERE

For an MP3 file of the lecture click HERE