Critical thinking is perhaps one of the most valuable skills you can develop simply because it will minimize your chances of making mistakes which can be exceedingly costly in many ways and not only in business, but in your everyday life. Becoming a critical thinker involves a number of processes which include acutely identifying and evaluating specific situations, being keenly aware of any contributing circumstances and the potential results of your final actions or plans.
To be able to think critically, it is important to know how to evaluate various perspectives (yours and others) in order to identify the resources that are available to you, and to evaluate the short and long-term effects of taking a certain action.
Participants will learn to understand the difference between left brain and right brain thinking and how it can impact thinking and results. They will learn about removing the emotions from decision making, and this doesn’t mean removing all emotions and become robotic, but more knowing how and when and which emotions to use and to use appropriately.
In today’s world we are constantly fed information and lead to believe different things; about our environment, ourselves, others, products and services we use. Being able to filter all these information and critically asses what is right and what is wrong is crucial to success in personal and career life. This course is intended for professionals who want to change thinking patterns to easier asses daily challenges.
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