North Oxford Meeting (Wolvercote)
14th July @ 09:30 - 11:30| £12 - £17
Do you ever have to make decisions in a rush?
Do you sometimes wish that there was time to you weigh the options, gather more information, look at things from different angles?
You might be surprised what research shows about how humans really decide what they are going to do. And you can learn a single, simple trick that can stop you rushing when you don’t need to.
For the last five years Charlie Wilson has been a consultant in teamworking and leadership, working with schools, banks and industry. Before then he completed 32 years in the Royal Navy with a varied career that included everything from diving and bomb-disposal via ship-command to Defence Attaché. He saw service in the Falklands campaign and both Gulf Wars as well as Sierra Leone and East Timor. He was appointed OBE for his contribution to the UK’s rapid force-deployment concept. He ended up as a Commander and his last job in the RN was organising and delivering leadership education for senior officers from across the MOD: the Army, the Navy, the Air Force and the Civil Service (or the three armed services and the difficult one). He is currently studying for an MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.