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Sharpen your skills to be more aware of your own thought process and the thought processes of others

Creative Problem Solving & Critical Thinking

Critical thinking clarifies goals, examines assumptions, discerns hidden values, evaluates evidence, accomplishes actions, and assesses conclusions. Likewise, we must be able to clearly reason through problems and to present arguments in a logical, compelling or even reasonably challenge the norm.

World economic forum future of jobs report ranked Critical Thinking as the second most important skill to have in employees in 2020. As the business environments are becoming complex , managers and decision makers need to master the skill of critical thinking and creative problem solving skills.
 
This two day programme supported by individual assessment Watson Glaser II Critical Thinking Assessment Report will provide insights on how business professionals can be more critical in their thinking process in complex business contexts.
 

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Course Structure

Learning Objectives

  1. Define and recognize the value of critical thinking
  2. Identify critical thinking archetypes
  3. Define and apply the RED Model (WGII Critical Thinking Assessment )
  4. Analyze issues in depth and with precision using elements and standards of thought
  5. Apply critical thinking for problem solving and idea generation at work

Program Content

  1. Understanding basics of critical thinking
  2. Significance of critical thinking
  3. Cognitive process of processing information
  4. Assessment framework for critical thinking
  5. Thinking and reasoning errors


Target Audience

Target Audience: Business Executives & Senior Managers.


Schedule

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E: academy.srilanka@lk.pwc.com
T: 0117719874

 


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