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Agenda
Wednesday, January 5, 2022
US Tax Leadership Session

session #1

Introductions that Establish Credibility

Introductions that Establish Credibility
Introductions
Making Great First Impressions
First Impressions
LinkedIn Can Make or Break First Impression
LinkedIn & Impressions

session #2

Experts as Agents of Change

Lesson From Youtube Video "The Expert"
The Expert Sketch
Expertise, Expert Performance, SME, and Other Definitions
Definitions
Becoming an Expert Is Hard. Why Do It?
Motive
The Key Attributes of Experts
Attributes
What is Truth?
The Unique Perspective of Experts
Truth
Expert Power and How It Should Be Wielded
Power

session #3

Identifying and Persisting on the Path to Mastery

Case Study:
Chess and the Polgar Sisters
Polgar
The Five-Dimensional Model of Expertise and Expert Performance
Dreyfus & Dreyfus
The Four Types of Expertise and Expert Performance
Sternberg
The Power of Deliberate Practice
Ericsson

session #4

Fixing Problems

Case Study:
Kuwait Oil Fires
Kuwait
Idea: Reactive vs Proactive
Proactive/Reactive
Experts Have a Unique Relationship with Risk
Risk
Experts are in the Business of Risk Management
Risk Management
Experts are Often Called on to Fix Problems
Fixing Problems
Some Risks Are More Important Than Others
Existential Risk
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adjective: having or displaying special skill or knowledge derived from training or experience
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