Employers are looking for candidates with good Critical Thinking skills. A recent study on entry-level applicant job skills reveals that Critical Thinking is quickly becoming a "must have" skill employers are demanding.
Prepare yourself and JOIN US THIS JANUARY 23rd FOR OUR CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
This workshop is designed to encourage the development and practice of Critical Thinking. In this workshop, you will learn about the various heuristics (shortcuts in reasoning) used in decision-making, and the cognitive biases that result from these heuristics. You will learn techniques to overcome the cognitive biases that are likely to affect your reasoning. The result will be improved decision making and problem solving. Please follow the link below for the workshop overview, factsheet or to register.
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This workshop will be facilitated by Dr. David Laverty. Dr. Laverty has a B.A. in Economics and Philosophy from the University of Toronto, with an M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Western Ontario specializing in Logic and Analysis. He's been teaching Critical Thinking for over 16 years. He currently teaches at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University.
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Here is what folks are saying about our workshops:
"Grove Critical thinking made it easy to understand how important critical thinking skills are to our day to day work. The presentation and discussion of the strategies and applications was engaging and thought provoking. I was introduced to new ways of approaching common business problems and the tools to help solve them!" Tanja Parsley, President, Partners in Performance
"Grove Critical thinking provided me with a clear and accessible method for uncovering the hidden assumptions that block communication. I gained new tools to facilitate problem-solving and decision-making dialogues among my clients, my team, and for myself. I recommend this workshop to anyone interested in refining their skill level in clear and logical communicating." Jennifer Jones-Patulli, Informal Conflict Management System Advisor, Canada Border Services Agency
OVERCOME YOUR COGNITIVE BIASES! Workshop this January 23, 2017 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Centre for Social Innovation, 215 Spadina Ave. Toronto, On