Time to Think: Tools for making better decisions at work
The decisions that shape our work require careful thought. In order to navigate where to invest time, who to collaborate with, and how to make a valuable impact, we need space to think – an increasingly scarce commodity! During this event, the philosopher Dr. Brennan Jacoby will guide participants through reflective exercises that will help them navigate the professional decisions that matter most.
The event will include:
• Claustrophobic Consciousness: A facilitated discussion unearthing the contemporary items most commonly crowding out the headspace needed to think well.
• Effective Inquiry: Refining the questions we ask when making tough decisions.
• Self-Trust: Having the confidence to move forward once we’ve made a decision.
• Maintaining Time to Think: Practical tips for embedding philosophy in our work.
Dr. Brennan Jacoby is a philosopher and the founder of Philosophy at Work, an organisation providing professional support to people who are navigating complex issues and bringing about positive change. He regularly delivers group facilitation, learning and development training and keynote addresses. Brennan’s PhD focused on trust and whether delivering group facilitation, training or public speaking he is known for his ability to create a safe space where groups can move forward. Originally from Detroit Michigan, Brennan studied in Australia and is now based in Oxfordshire and London.