In this Udemy course you will learn how you can improve your ability to think critically, evaluate information and develop reasoned arguments.
Critical thinking is the ability to collect and evaluate information and evidence in a logical way to reach best and most accurate results possible. Critical thinking is a key skill in this modern age, required and appreciated in all disciplines and professions.
Successful companies realize that critical thinking and creative solutions significantly improve one's leadership abilities, business outcomes and success potential. In this course, you will enhance your skills as a critical thinker and problem solver and identify and leverage your thinking styles, as well as those on your subordinates, to find different solutions to everyday challenges.
This critical thinking skills course provides the necessary tools for tackling challenging problems structurally & systematically, analysing them and quickly assessing all options. The critical thinking skills Udemy course will provide fresh insights and a better understanding of challenging situations, making you better prepared to deal with them more effectively.
Think Outside the Box
Don't Rush into Conclusions
Be Pro-active about Change
Adapt, Adapt & Adapt
The Right Questions To Ask
Assess the Information
The Big Picture
Don't Make Assumptions
Be Careful of Bias
Your Point of View's Limitations
Be Open to Other Viewpoints
Influences on Bias
What to Do with New Information
Trusting Your Instinct
Assessing the Solution(s)
Adam Kharchoufa is a qualified psychologist. Before he changed career to psychology and personal development Adam worked for 10 years training and coaching employees in some of the largest global financial institutions in the world. His mission is to deliver maximum learning value to students interested in improving or acquiring key soft skills such as communication, leadership, management, productivity, emotional intelligence, well-being, problem solving, creativity, conflict resolution and other intangible skills.