Don A. Moore
How to Calibrate Your Decisions Wisely
Overconfidence and underconfidence are destructive. Here’s why and how to find the sweet spot in between.
Confidence is a Goldilocks trait: The right amount serves you well; too little or too much can hurt you. UC Berkeley management professor Don A. Moore introduces three forms of confidence and provides examples that illustrate why well-calibrated confidence is desirable. He offers valuable advice on how to develop and project a healthy sense of confidence that will reap benefits in your personal and professional life.
About the Author
Don A. Moore, PhD, an expert on the psychology of decision making, is a professor of management at the University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and co-author of Judgment in Managerial Decision Making.
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