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    Developing Your Critical Thinking Skills

    Date: October 12, 2021, 8:00am
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    Developing Your Critical Thinking Skills


    The words “critical thinking” frequently appear in job descriptions as well as in requests from leaders at all levels. We want our candidates to demonstrate critical thinking  capabilities and leaders want this skill in the workforce. It is a desirable characteristic that demands the attention of HR professionals. 

    But what is critical thinking? 

    Thinking critically is the ability to analyze a concept objectively, considering the facts  and differing perspectives to reach a sound, logical conclusion. The reason critical  thinking is a skill—and not just an automatic thought process—is because most people  naturally think “uncritically,” making decisions based on personal biases, self-interest, or  irrational emotions. Everyone is vulnerable to this type of simplistic thinking—it’s human  nature. 

    During this webinar, we will explore the nature of our uncritical thinking and explore  some of the strategies we can utilize to help ourselves become better critical thinkers. 





    George Wright is the founder and President of WrightOne Consulting.  

    WrightOne Consulting is dedicated to the science and practice of selection and  development, helping organizations transform the way they hire, promote and develop  people at every level.  

    George has over thirty-five years of experience as a management consultant. He  specializes in psychological assessment, organizational assessment, as well as  leadership development and training. He helps clients with selection and development,  performance coaching, and organizational change. 

    He also regularly conducts training workshops, seminars, and webinars. Some of the  more popular programs he delivers include Emotional Intelligence for Leaders, Critical  Thinking, and The Psychology of High Performance.

    For more than a decade, he served as an Adjunct Professor at Bloomfield College in  Bloomfield, NJ, teaching Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Positive Psychology, and  Sports & Performance Psychology.


    This meeting has been approved for 1 SHRM General Credit

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