Critical Thinking Transformation



Critical thinking frameworks | Critical thinking in business | Cognitive Bias | Intellectual Standards

What you will learn

Critical thinking in decision making

Critical thinking for business

Cognitive Bias and how to overcome them

Examples of critical thinking in business

Critical thinking Frameworks

Critical thinking tools and techniques

Description

This course will transform the way you think. Not only will you become a critical thinker but you will learn processes to come up with new ideas.


  • We will look at how the world’s leading entrepreneurs utilise critical thinking.
  • We will discuss major cognitive biases and explain how to overcome them.
  • We will dive deep into critical thinking frameworks.
  • Lastly, we will look at how you can use intellectual standards as a critical filter.

This course focuses on transformation. That is everything I will teach you will be able to utilise straight away. There is no complex language and everything is easy to understand. I do not discuss critical thinking from a philosophical perspective as I have wanted to keep the course as practical as possible.

Critical thinking stands as the most indispensable skill for the future, a β€˜beacon’ guiding us through the rapidly evolving landscape of information. In an era increasingly dominated by vast amounts of data and a deluge of differing perspectives, the ability to analyse, evaluate, and synthesize information is becoming more important than ever.

Critical thinking empowers individuals to discern truth from falsehood, to navigate complex problems with clarity and creativity, and make informed decisions amidst uncertainty.

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This course will teach you how to do so.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in contact.

If you enrol and the course is not for you, no worries, you can have a full refund, no questions asked.

I hope to see you on the course.

Introduction

Introduction

Cognitive Bias

Cognitive Bias
Actor-Observer Bias
Anchoring Bias
Attentional Bias
Availability Bias
Confirmation Bias
Halo Effect
Optimism Bias
Self-Serving Bias
Dunning Kruger Effect

Critical Thinking Frameworks

Paul-Elder Critical Thinking Framework
RED Model of Critical Thinking
Five Whys

Critical Thinking in Business (examples)

Critical thinking in business

Intellectual standards and critical thinking

Accuracy
Clarity
Relevance
Sufficiency
Depth
Fiarness

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