Knowing Others as Yourself
April 18, 2016: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM
A Booth faculty expert on human behavior and a Financial Times Professor to Watch discusses common misperceptions in understanding others and their thoughts, wants, and feelings.
Illinois Institute of Technology
201 East Loop Road
From the one person shop on up, a perennial entrepreneurial priority is the maximization of human resources. Of course, understanding both our own minds and those of all we encounter inside and outside our businesses is most challenging and error prone. While there are no surefire formulas to insight, what is the best guidance of psychology in attempting such connections?
Our speaker is an acclaimed explorer of those mysteries of inner space, capable of moving "mind- reading" from the realm of pure myth towards more comprehensible reality. The author of Mindwise, while he won't supply everyone with customized lie detectors, his talk is sure to provide with entertaining insights to separate the fact from fiction of human motivations.
Booth students and faculty and Entrepreneurial Roundtable members: $15 thru April 13, then $20.
General public: $20 thru April 13, then $25.
• No credit cards at the door, only cash and checks.
If you need to cancel, please do so by the Thursday before this event.
Nicholas Epley (Speaker)
Keller Professor of Behavioral Science, Chicago Booth
Epley, winner of national professional awards for his contributions to social psychology, has been a U Chicago faculty member since 2005 and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Extensively published in leading academic journals and the mass media, he has been rated among the world's best business professors. Before coming to U Chicago, he was an assistant professor at Harvard U. He earned his BA at St. Olaf College and PhD at Cornell U.
Greg Gocek, '85
Dress is business casual.