Edward de Bono 6 Thinking Hats
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  • 1. Edward de Bono’s 6 Thinking Hats
  • 2.
    • Introductions
    • Introducing 6 thinking hats
    • Trying it out
    • Managing the Needs of Customers and Members
    • Plenary
    Programme www.workplace-dynamics.co.uk 19/07/11
  • 3. Introduction Name If I gave you an evening, to spend doing whatever you wanted, with whoever, wherever – what would you do?
  • 4. 6 Thinking Hats
    • Developed by Edward de Bono
    • Maps 6 different ways of thinking
    • Develops flexibility in thinking
    • Makes thinking a more “conscious” activity
    • Useful for thinking about how teams work
  • 5.  
  • 6. White Hat
    • Data
    • Facts
    • Analysis
    • Hard evidence
    • Extrapolation
  • 7. Red Hat
    • Emotion
    • Intuition
    • Gut Feeling
    • First response
  • 8. Black Hat
    • Caution
    • Awareness of risk
    • Knowing about problems
    • Looking out for threats
  • 9. Yellow Hat
    • Opportunities
    • Benefits
    • Optimism
    • Spotting the value in things
  • 10. Green Hat
    • Creativity
    • “ Newness”
    • Fresh ideas
    • Freedom
    • Taking a different track
  • 11. Blue Hat
    • Control of process
    • Co-ordination thoughts
    • Integrating other hats
    • “ Thinking about thinking”
  • 12. Which style is this...? Lets run it up the flagpole Tread carefully Let’s think out of the box We should get all out ducks in a row Let’s pick through the bones of this How do we pull all this together? Who dares wins
  • 13. Which style is this...? Lets run it up the flagpole – yellow and green Tread carefully - black Let’s think out of the box - green We should get all out ducks in a row – white, black, blue Let’s pick through the bones of this - white How do we pull all this together? - blue Who dares wins - red
  • 14. Title of photograph
    • Caption or other text
    www.workplace-dynamics.co.uk 19/07/11