With the demand for critical thinking on the rise, Peter Quarry explains that it is about not responding with emotion to an issue, instead observing the facts and then using logic to arrive at a decision or conclusion. When collecting and using information or data, it is important to avoid thinking errors.
Key Learning Points
Peter Quarry outlines the components of critical thinking which include:
• The ability to remove emotion
• Observe facts
• Make logical decisions
This course will provide skills and strategies for people to build and develop their communication skills for more challenging situations at work.