JAN 21

Critical Thinking, Creative Problem Solving & Decision Making

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When:

  21 Jan 2020 through 21 Jan 2020

Where:

  Online Event

Website URL:

  http://bit.ly/2sGkIgA

Sponsoring organization:

  Training Doyens

Categories:

  Business > Human-Resources

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Event description:

OVERVIEW You will walk away with some simple tools to guide your effective problem solving and decision making skills, which you can use in many situations to get the results you want. In this webinar, you will learn to make effective decisions and solve problems using critical thinking and practical tools. You make decisions and solve problems everyday. Learn to apply critical thinking skills to these activities. Every organization must be nimble when solving new and recurring challenges. Everyone within the organization must be able to use critical thinking skills and creative problem solving to take action on these challenges. Avoid the tendency to start solving a problem before it is clearly defined. Admit to poor decisions and take corrective action, even if it’s tough. Track your decision-making record and continuously improve. WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND Did I make the right decision? This question often haunts us after every major decision. Sometimes the consequences won't reveal themselves for a long time. Learn to make good decisions using proven approaches. Although there are no 100% guarantees, you can improve your own track record and continuously improve your ability to use your skills for critical thinking, problem-solving and decision making. AREAS COVERED • What are Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving? > Define critical thinking > Strengths and challenges when analyzing and solving problems > Current problem-solving approaches > Relationships among planning, critical thinking, and creative problem solving > Role of critical thinking in meeting business challenges > Prioritize issues for greatest decision-making effectiveness and efficiency • Understanding your thinking and decision-making preferences > Neuroscience of your thinking and decision making > Build on the contributions of different thinking preferences for good decisions > Flex your thinking to solve critical problems • Integrate art and science of critical thinking and creative problem solving > Role of values and facts in decision making > Challenge “knowledge,” beliefs, “facts,” assumptions, and conventional wisdom > Methods to explore alternatives, ask probing questions, and stimulate thinking > Convert negativity into curiosity • Continuously improving your effective problem solving and decision making skills > Develop an action plan to improve critical thinking and creative problem solving LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Adopt approaches that work • Solve problems and make effective decisions using critical thinking skills and practical tools • Increase decision accuracy • Minimize poor decisions; neutralize stress, emotions, and distractions on decisions • Make great decisions using conflict creatively • Challenge all assumptions and seek alternative information WHO WILL BENEFIT • Departmental Managers • Executives • Supervisors • Project managers • Leaders in any capacity SPEAKER Rebecca Staton-Reinstein work with companies around the world that want strategic leaders and engaged employees to increase bottom- and top-line results and delight customers. You achieve your goals through strategic planning and leadership, management, team, and organizational development. Draw on my proven ability to mentor you through major change. My team works with you to craft customized, successful solutions to your complex business issues in all economic sectors. Our mission is your success. Use Promo Code XMSNY19 and get flat 20% discount on all purchases. To Register (or) for more details please click on this below link: http://bit.ly/2rTfVbi Email: support@trainingdoyens.com Toll Free: +1-888-300-8494 Tel: +1-720-996-1616 Fax: +1-888-909-1882

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18 December 2019
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