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Columbia at Home | New Year’s Planning in Uncertain Times
Planning for 2021 may seem especially risky and challenging during the unique period of uncertainty in which we find ourselves. Whether you’re faced with big decisions, simple new year’s resolutions, or anything in between, Columbia Business School Adjunct Prof. Cheryl Strauss Einhorn ’92JRN is returning to Columbia at Home to offer tips and guidance to help you think through your personal and professional decision-making.

Ahead of the event, you can learn more about Strauss Einhorn and her books or watch her TED talk (https://www.areamethod.com/).


About Columbia at Home Series

The CAA’s weekly Columbia at Home virtual series features Columbians speaking on informative and engaging topics during this difficult time. Diverse topics span the latest on the COVID-19 crisis, health and wellness, entertainment, and more.

Recording of the Webinars will be hosted on the CAA YouTube channel a few days after the event. To access the recordings, follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/user/ColumbiaAlumni

**Please note if you are unable to join the Webinar live, we will share a recording after the event to anyone who registers.**

Dec 2, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Cheryl Strauss Einhorn
Strauss Einhorn is the creator of the AREA Method, a decision-making system to solve complex problems. She is the founder of coaching and consulting firm CSE Partners and education technology company Decisive. She is the author of Problem Solved, a Powerful System for Making Complex Decisions with Confidence & Conviction and Investing In Financial Research, A Decision-Making System for Better Result. Strauss Einhorn is an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School and has won several journalism awards for investigative stories about international political, business, and economic topics. Her AREA Method is used across broad domains ranging from low-income high schools, to multi-national companies and government agencies.