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  • In today's workplace, computers and electronic communications are the norm rather than the exception. Computers, e-mail, electronic databases and on-line research play an important role in many businesses today. Technological advances have made electronic communication indispensable in today's workplace. According to recent reports, text messaging figures into L.A. train wreck probe. Investigators of last week’s L.A. train wreck that killed 25 people are looking into a report that an engineer blamed for missing a stop signal light may have been distracted by text messaging. Today, we will discuss the ever-increasing use of technology in the workplace, its potential for abuse and how employers can protect themselves.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.

Reasoning in the Workplace Reasoning in the Workplace Presentation Transcript

  • Reasoning in the Workplace
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceIntroduction • Developing reasoning skills is very important. • We have a mind that has the ability to think creatively and we can only come to good decisions if we think rationally.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceImportant• If we are not able to think a thing through intelligently, we will find ourselves believing and action upon lies.• We must learn how to keep from getting “the wool pulled over our eyes.”
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceOur World – Full of Deceptive Messages• We have deceptive messages all around us.• We have them coming at us from: – politicians, advertisements, special interest groups, study groups, professors, friends, family, business meetings, Internet, etc.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceMain definition• A good definition of reason is: – "To use induction, deduction, or a combination of these in an effort to decide something."
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceMain definition• In inductive We gather facts to formulate general reasoning principles.• In deductive We use the general principles to come reasoning to logical conclusions. To have good thinking skills we need to use these two forms of reasoning in combination with one another. If we are reasoning properly, we go though this process to come to the truth.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceStrategy 01 - Identify• Before you can work on finding solutions to a situation, you have to be able to identify the problem.• Consider asking someone to help you figure out what the problem is at work.• Avoid letting your emotions get the better of you.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceStrategy 02 – Gather Information• Consider consulting people, trade journals, manuals, supervisors and others to gather as much information about the situation.• Ask yourself how the situation is affecting you, and find out if others have experienced the problems as well.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceStrategy 03 – Possible Solutions • Write out possible solutions to the situation. • It does not matter whether they are viable or realistic, just write them down. • Brainstorming in this way helps you get as many ideas as possible on the table.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceStrategy 04 – Evaluate• Ask yourself what you want to achieve by finding a solution.• Write out the pros and cons of each solution that meets your goals.• This can help you compare solutions and their possible effects side by side.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceStrategy 05 – Decide• Choose the solution that seems best given the circumstances.• Implement your decision and then evaluate it.• If necessary, go back to the previous steps to find a new and more effective solution.
  • Reasoning in the WorkplaceOur Business Contacts Feel free to send us new topics or ideas for our future presentations. Website: www.licoreis.com E-mail: licoreis@licoreis.com Linkedin: Roberto de Paula Lico Júnior