Judgment Index USA Announces the Release of its new Learning Management System

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The Judgment Index™ is an assessment tool measuring key areas of a person’s judgment capacity for making good decisions. The newly released Learning Management System is designed to improve weak judgment results utilizing the first set of 4 web-based Personal Development courses.



“The minimal time investment of learning more about the Judgment Index™ is well worth any HR or other executive leader’s consideration.” said Douglas Dean, CCP, SPHR, Chief Human Resource Officer, Children’s of Alabama.

Judgment Index announces the release of its new Learning Management System (LMS). This release includes the first four (4) of its web-based Personal Development courses.

“For any individual or organization, this is a significant step towards improving the strength of thousands of everyday decisions – all dependent on good judgment,” says Bill Wilson, CEO of Judgment Index. “It is not IQ or Personality which drives top performance, it is one’s strength of decision-making judgment. When there is improvement in the quality of judgment, there is improvement in bottom line performance. The release of the Learning Management System provides the opportunity to build and strengthen good judgment in an easy and convenient manner.”

With Judgment Index’s initial rollout of its Learning Management System, an individual can access four (4) new web-based training modules focusing on improving their judgment in the following areas:

1. Improving Strategic Judgment (Systemic): Lack of strategic, big picture judgment is one of the most common weaknesses in today’s world. Weakness in this area will quickly derail a person or company’s long-term success.

2. Improving Work-Life Balance: Good balance and perspective in work and personal life is important to strong judgment and making good decisions. Unfortunately, proper balance is becoming ever harder to achieve. A strong correlation exists between Work-Life Balance and individual/corporate performance.

3. Improving Noticing Capacity: Research shows that individuals with a highly developed sense of "noticing" have the ability to see not only surface events and details, but also to see "in depth." Strong noticing ability helps to remove “blind spots” that hinders good judgment.

4. Improving Capacity & Energy in Dealing with Difficult People: Since life is made up of a constant flow of decisions, choices and problems, how we face these issues and the difficult people often associated with them is of great importance.

In Jim Collins’ book, “Good to Great,” he emphasizes the importance of having the right people in the right seat on the right bus. A critical seat is held by the driver, guiding the bus in the appropriate direction – making sure it arrives safe and on schedule. Key Leadership is the bus driver in an organization – and it is their Strategic Judgment which will drive the organization to long-range success or failure. Unfortunately, Strategic Judgment is rapidly diminishing in the workplace, as is Work-Life Balance, Noticing, and the Capacity and Energy to Deal with Difficult People.

Common roadblocks, potholes, and detours experienced by business leaders in any industry are:

  •     Turnover / Attrition
  •     Cost of a Bad Hire / Replacement Cost
  •     Absenteeism
  •     Employee Engagement
  •     Safety and Risk Management
  •     Wellness

“The minimal time investment of learning more about the Judgment Index™ is well worth any HR or other executive leader’s consideration,” says Douglas Dean, CCP, SPHR, Chief Human Resource Officer, Children’s of Alabama.

For more information on the Judgment Index™ or one of the new Personal Development courses, please visit http://www.judgmentindex.com/lms.

To speak with someone directly, please contact Roger Wall, CMO at 615-656-5978.

Judgment Index is the world leader in measuring, building and strengthening Good Judgment. Specific applications are used for industry based hiring, retention, security, employee engagement, innovation, risk management & safety, wellness, education, and athletics (team and individual sports).

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