Develop critical thinking skills to make better decisions and rationally apply information to get the best possible results.
Critical Thinking relates to our thought processes, how we make decisions, how we use our judgment, and how we take action to solve problems. Successful problem-solvers tend to use the same type of thinking processes to identify and implement the solutions to their problems. This process works for any kind of problem - large or small. In this seminar you will learn the critical thinking skills to ask the right questions, evaluate the information, and apply problem solving techniques to make informed decisions.
Managers, supervisors and professionals who want to develop or enhance their critical thinking skills to make better decisions.
Improve your critical thinking skills through professional development in:
Continuing Education Contact Hours: 7
Craig Matthews brings nearly 30 years of human resource development and management expertise from the healthcare, academic, corporate, and consulting sectors. Craig is a facilitator with the Gardiner Centre at Memorial University where, through his company NewView Consulting, he offers organizational development solutions including, but not limited to, such areas as change management, conflict resolution, interpersonal communications, effective thinking styles, emotional intelligence, team effectiveness, coaching and mentoring, leadership and management development.
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