Critical thinking is your best thinking when making important decisions, or understanding complex ideas. When you think critically, you're aware of the many distractions, biases, and persuasive techniques used to steer actions and decisions one way or another. Instead of sloppy thinking or hasty decisions, a critical thinker uses skills and thinking structures to identify assumptions, questions arguments, and draw logical conclusions. At the end of the course, learners will receive a certificate of completion. Learners can download resource guides, transcripts, and other additional resources in the courses. 10 Chouses: 1 hour


Discover how to resolve common workplace problems - such as missed deadlines, lost shipments, and people calling in sick - using the methods and techniques in this course. You will learn the problem-solving process, which will allow you to eliminate nonconformance in the workplace and maintain a higher quality and performance standard. Helpful techniques, such as the Pareto Chart and decision matrix, are discussed. The course also provides tips on how to assemble an effective problem-solving team and explains when this group may be appropriate. At the end of the course, learners will receive a certificate of completion. Learners can download resource guides, transcripts, and other additional resources in the courses. Courses 10: 1 hour