If you’re not developing your employees’ ability to apply critical thinking skills, then you’re missing a huge opportunity. Improved critical thinking skills lead to more effective problem-solving, well-reasoned decisions, improved strategic thinking, and better planning and implementation in your organization.
Some argue critical thinking is a skill some are born with, and others lack. We’ll show that critical thinking is definitely a skill to be developed - one that reaps huge benefits when applied to specific organizational challenges.
Join Scott Dannemiller, Senior Consultant and Facilitator of Executive Development Associates, as he discuss the importance that critical thinking will play in the next 3-5 years, the link between critical thinking and performance, and the positive impact that can be achieved by implementing a 3-phase, action learning approach to teaching applied critical thinking skills within your organization.
Participants Will Learn:
An understanding of the role critical thinking will play in business and organizational life over the next 3-5 years
A proven model for teaching applied critical thinking
How to measure thinking ability by assessing a person’s “RED-iness”
The possible return on investment when a 3-phase approach to applied critical thinking training is implemented in an organization.
One technique for applying critical thinking when identifying the root cause of a business problem