Tag Archives: Cognitive Bias

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The Planning Fallacy And How It Relates To Coaching

The Planning Fallacy And How It Relates To Coaching

The Planning Fallacy explains why human beings, including basketball coaches, are terrible at estimating how long something will take. In my work counseling coaches, my clients often ask how long I think it will take their teams to learn an offense, defense or engrain some fundamental habit. There is no way I can accurately answer

Defeating Choice-Supportive Bias

Coaches: Is Choice-Supportive Bias plaguing your ability to make good decision and move on from bad ones? Read more on Cognitive Biases and how they relate to coaching: Action Bias Pitfalls The Impact of Optimism Bias Avoiding Outcome Bias The Perils of Confirmation Bias Survivorship Bias in Coaching As coaches, we have all made decisions that we have

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Survivorship Bias In Coaching

First in a series on Cognitive Biases and how they can impact our decision making as coaches. Read more on Cognitive Biases and how they relate to coaching: Action Bias Pitfalls The Impact of Optimism Bias Avoiding Outcome Bias The Perils of Confirmation Bias Simply put, Cognitive Biases are thinking errors. They are flaws in judgement

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