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By David Zimmer
It seems epidemic. In meetings, in job ads, in performance reviews and even in lunch conversations, we discuss our need to increase our critical thinking skills. Some use the term “critical thinking” in a general sense meaning all problem solving approaches. Others refer to the specific thinking modality of critical thinking. Unfortunately, we miss eight thinking modalities equally important when solving problems, developing new concepts or simply living life.
In this session, we provide an overview of the 9 thinking modalities, their characteristics and differences, and demonstrate their approaches to an example problem.
From this session, you will:
Learn the 9 Thinking Modalities.
Understand the characteristics and differentiators of each modality.
Recognize appropriate uses of each modality.
Learn how to overcome the Critical Thinking monopoly.