A Space to Connect, Practice, and Share
Join us for our upcoming conversation:
High-Quality Decision Making for High-Performance Outcomes
Your Host: Chris Cochella
Dec. 2, 2021
12 pm – 1:15 pm ET
11 am – 12:15 pm CT/MEX
9 am – 10:15 am PT
4 pm – 5:15 pm GMT
Together, we are creating a community where people come together to connect, practice, and share in a safe, stimulating, and nurturing space, enriching learning opportunities and networking while simultaneously broadening the generative discourse for the sake of living in a world where everyone thrives.
Join us for an exciting 75-minute session!
Our Next Conversation
Two factors impact your future: luck and the performance of your decisions. We cannot control luck. We can impact the performance of our decisions through generative processes and conversations.
Please join the conversation on improving the performance of decisions. Come ready to share your experience with decision-making breakthroughs and breakdowns. We will dive into questions like:
- What is (or is not) a decision?
- What is the distinction between a high-performing decision and a run-of-the-mill decision?
- How might we increase decision performance?
Meet the Host: Chris Cochella
Chris Cochella is an innovator of products and services spanning consumer goods, education, scientific research methods, and healthcare information technology. Chris has founded and sold two businesses – one in healthcare imaging and the other an award-winning STEM educational toy called Brackitz.
Chris splits his time between deepening partner relationships for tech companies and his greatest passion: helping business leaders and teams to make high-performing decisions. While on this journey he has coached, presented, and taught in professional settings ranging from the Lean Startup Conference to IDEO Innovation Competitions to the University of Utah.
Chris is an ICF-certified coach and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from UC Berkeley and Master’s degree in Physical Geography from CU Boulder, which led to research trips from Grand Canyon to Antarctica.