How Questioning Assumptions Produces Smarter Decisions


Underestimating signals from others and relying on commonly accepted assumptions can cause serious problems, especially in the workplace. In Signals, CEO and speaker Dan Riordan shows you how to shift your perceptions so you can optimize your workplace and your employees.

We all have entrenched Beliefs, Values, and Illusions (BVIs), which elicit a reflex reaction when signals from others come to us. Riordan explains how to escape the certainties of someone else’s opinion to regain the freedom that comes from having an open mind and that allows you to be receptive every time you receive a signal.

Using proven concepts that can apply to companies both large and small, Riordan will show you:

How our BVIs are established

The burden of proof to require for assumptions

How desire, delay, and defense drives bad decisions in corporations

The energy equation in the enterprise

Why so many people are battling for the control of the human mind and its actions

Signals will show you how to question your BVIs, allowing you to bring new authenticity to your facts and a new awareness to your workplace.
  • Post Hill Press | 
  • 160 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781682614556 | 
  • January 2018
List Price $16.99 (price may vary by retailer)
Ships on or around January 9, 2018

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