4 Bias Effects of Most Focus at Global Conduct Regulators

4 Bias Effects of Most Focus at Global Conduct Regulators

As a follow-up to Roger's previous video on groupthink, he describes some related biases: anchoring, conformity, bystanding, expert bias and risky shift. Roger also discloses the biases most relevant to regulators and some biases that can impact your daily decisions.
Overview

This video provides an insight into some more biases that the world’s conduct regulators are concerned about. For example, anchoring, risky shift, heuristics and pattern seeking.

Key learning objectives:

  • What are some more Groupthink-related biases?

  • Which biases are the world’s conduct regulators most concerned about?

  • What are some everyday bias traps that we may fall into?

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Roger Miles

Roger Miles

Roger researches behavioural risks in organisations, and advises senior leaders on how best to communicate risk and conduct matters. Previously, Roger ran risk communication programmes for professional bodies and the British Government. He now runs industry-level Academies for Conduct and Culture, and produces workshops with financial firms.

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