In the span of a day, the average human makes over 35,000 decisions. Whether big or small, the choices we make at work impact what we create, the people we work with, the way we are formed by our work, and our customers or clients. Usually, we are choosing between multiple good options with an increasing amount of information and data about everything. How can we as Christians think through and engage in healthy decision-making at our places of work and over the course of our day? What are some practical tools for battling decision fatigue, managing risk, anxiety, and burnout?
Join Denver Institute for Faith & Work on Thursday, August 10th for “Colorado Conversations: Practical Tools for Decision-Making.” We will hear from Erin Olsen, Associate Partner at a global business and consulting company, and John Price, Principle Chair at C12 Colorado. Colorado Conversations are a great opportunity to learn from experts in their field and in the context of community. Bring a friend and participate in the conversation.
Colorado Conversations are relational event gatherings that focus on practical themes that integrate our faith and work.
Thursday, August 10th from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Denver Institute Offices (8100 E. Arapahoe Rd. #303, Centennial, CO 80112)
This event is over the happy hour and your ticket includes light appetizers and drinks. Monthly Partners attend for free!
This ticket includes light appetizers and drinks.