Build More Solid Business Cases and Hold People To Account
- Conclusion – what I want the audience to believe
- Data – that supports my conclusion
- Analysis – why data is proof of my conclusion
During the discussion, these building blocks were again backed up with real life examples. Finally, we did an exercise of “Spot the Fallacy”. This was used to help delegates have the ability to recognise a fallacy in a real-life argument, by being presented with numerous examples and asking them to identify the relevant fallacy using the cheat sheets issued. Useful for spotting erroneous claims for business benefits or excuses for poor performance!
- Pragmatists (Sensing/Thinking e.g. IT colleague)
- Theoretical (Intuition/Thinking e.g. CxO)
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