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Learn Superforecasting from the pros

Join us at one of Good Judgment’s interactive workshops to discover how the Good Judgment Project won a massive US-government-sponsored geopolitical forecasting tournament and generated forecasts that were 30% more accurate than those produced by intelligence-community analysts with access to classified information.

Upcoming Public Workshops

ANNOUNCING: Good Judgment will hold its next London public workshop on Monday, April 6th. Tickets will be available soon.

Stay tuned for additional 2020 public workshop dates for New York City and elsewhere.

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Contact us for our government and NGO rate or to indicate your interest in workshops in other cities. Private tailored workshops for your team, with material focused on your specific interests, are also available upon request.

Professional Superforecasters and Good Judgment researchers will lead workshop sessions on:

A Good Judgment workshop is also an opportunity to collaborate with others interested in taking their forecasting skills to the next level. There will be ample time for networking during lunch (included in your registration) and throughout the day.

Custom Private Workshops

Good Judgment provides private Superforecasting Workshops designed to help organizations develop a structured process for forecasting, collaborate more effectively, and enhance their forecasting accuracy. Depending on your needs, these workshops range from two-hour lectures, half-day workshops, and full-day workshops.

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Previous workshop clients include:

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