• Part 1
     May 22, 2020
     9:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Part 2
     May 29, 2020 - May 30, 2020
     9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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This course will be hosted online through Microsoft Teams Live Events. You will receive the course link and further instructions after registration.

Our expert team delivers two live sessions: Part 1 (May 22, 2020, 09.00am – 12.00pm) and Part 2 (May 29, 2020, 09.00am – 12.00pm). We will also provide a course booklet and readings which you can engage with at your own pace. You will receive a certificate and up to 10 CPD hours upon completion.

Course Overview

Despite our best intentions, we fall prey to biases that get in the way of good decision making. In this course, you will learn why biases are so common and some effective ways to address them. Using real company data and contemporary case studies, this hands-on course develops your understanding of behavioural biases.

You will learn the latest trends in behavioural accounting and finance, drawing on neuroscience and international research. We will present a framework of how impression management occurs and provide guidelines for detecting possible deceits.

Finally, this course will drill down to what artificial intelligence and big data can do, shifting your thinking in a new way. Designed for professionals, this starts your journey towards becoming a specialist in behavioural accounting and finance.

Course Outline

Part 1                                                                                                                                           

Session 1: Corporate communication and importance of trust

Trends in corporate communication; Human players in behavioural accounting and finance; Improving reputation and trustworthiness

Session 2: Impression management

Strategies and techniques in impression management; Storytelling, influence and deceit detection

Part 2

Session 3: Cognitive biases

Unpacking professional judgments; Making sense of biases and behaviour; Avoiding pitfalls in memory processes

Session 4: Technologies for the new decade

Improving decision making using big data; Using artificial intelligence to reduce cognitive biases


Please contact our Education Consultant, Colin Wise, using the contact form below.

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