In this course, you will learn :
- How thinking like a lawyer and using the legal method of decision making can help you avoid emotional reactivity, confirmation bias, and other decision-making pitfalls in favour of evidence-based analysis.
- highlights critical aspects of decision making and problem solving, such as identifying stakeholders affected by any decision, the importance of asking the right questions, identifying and prioritising your goals, and practising critical listening skills
1. Establish Your Guiding Principles
- The difference between rules, norms, and values
2. Define Your Goals
- Identifying your goals
- Prioritizing your goals
3. Identify Stakeholder Interests
- Who are the stakeholders?
- Asking questions
- Exercising critical listening skills
4. Gather Facts
- What qualifies as a fact?
- Breaking down complexity
5. Accept Disagreement
- You don't need a full agreement to have your point of view