Critical Thinking

  • Strategy & Analysis
  • Course Code: 32533

Gain a competitive advantage by learning to think critically! 

The ability to think critically is one of the most important skills you can learn in order to effectively address today’s complex business problems. As a critical thinker, you’ll be able to step back, examine your thinking process and make better decisions. You’ll learn to ask the right questions, challenge assumptions and see others’ viewpoints with greater clarity. You’ll generate better results in a shorter time by applying these powerful thinking skills.

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How You Will Benefit

  • Understand the value of critical thinking in solving business challenges
  • Learn a process for critical thinking that you can apply in complex situations to act more effectively and efficiently
  • Recognize and address the assumptions and faulty thinking processes that are often used in business situations
  • Discover your thinking style using the My Thinking Styles™ assessment and identify ways to leverage that style to enhance your critical thinking (see Additional Details below)
  • Understand the thinking styles of others and how to better collaborate for more effective decision-making and problem solving
  • Improve your problem solving ability and create opportunities for innovation and creativity
  • Apply critical thinking skills to your personal and professional challenges to achieve the results you’re looking for

 

Who Should Attend

Leaders and business professionals who are required to apply critical thinking to daily and 'big picture' issues and challenges.

 

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Course Reviews

  • Past Participant, Union of Ontario Indians Mar 16, 2017

    I do not think the course should run with so few people.  There simply is not enough people to allow for a full engagement.  It did occur but in a two day session it took time for such a small group to get comfortable.  The slides and handouts need to match up better - seems like some of them are not current. I would only suggest a bit more space to allow people to assess the content that is being delivered and time to bring forward questions or thoughts.  At times it seemed a bit rushed to move into the next session. 

  • Past Participant, Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) Mar 16, 2017

      This course, and the instructor, were fantastic. The only criticism I have is for the venue. The location of the classroom was in a high traffic area, which caused too many distractions. It was sometimes difficult to hear or focus on discussions because of loud noises coming from the hallway or shadows in the frosted glass doors. the venue is otherwise good. The location is accessible, parking is affordable and food was good.

  • Past Participant, Canada Border Services Agency Mar 16, 2017

    Course content was invaluable.   Roxanne was a great presenter, kept us engaged and interested  the full 2 days!  She did a great job of shifting from theory to practical exercises.  I really appreciated her sharing her own professional career experiences (both positive and negative).  By disclosing her challenges in her professional career, we were left feeling  we too can overcome  setbacks - there is much to learn from failure and self reflection.  I will be using the skills I learned immediately and it will guide my  briefings to senior management.  Thank you Roxanne, thank you CMC for a great course! 

  • Suzanne J. Mar 15, 2017

    Appreciated examples shared by Facilitator.

  • Past Participant, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Dec 21, 2016

    More practical examples of real life situations.  

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