In today’s society, many people experience information overload. We are bombarded with messages to believe various ideas, purchase things, support causes, and lead our lifestyle in a particular way. How do you know what to believe? How do you separate the truth from the myths?
The answer lies in critical thinking skills. The ability to clearly reason through problems and to present arguments in a logical, compelling way has become a key skill for survival in today’s world. It provides the best chance of making the correct decision, and minimises damages when a mistake does occur.
This two-day workshop will give participants the skills to evaluate, identify, and distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information and the practical tools and hands-on experience for developing critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Define critical and non-critical thinking
Identify their critical thinking style(s), including areas of strength and improvement
Describe other thinking styles, including non-linear and logical thinking
Develop left/right brain thinking and whole-brain thinking
Work through the critical thinking process to build or analyses arguments
Develop and evaluate explanations
Improve key critical thinking skills, including active listening and questioning
Use analytical thought systems and creative thinking techniques
Prepare and present powerful arguments