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Think Critically! 7 Steps to Improve Your Critical Thinking
Analytical thinking skills are an invaluable asset to have. They easily transfer and apply across many spectrums of our lives. Learning to negotiate and improve these skills can aid us in becoming better thinkers, communicators, and creators. They enable us to problem solve more efficiently and carry out solutions with better efficacy. But just what are analytical skills, and why do they matter? So, do analytical thinking skills really matter? Will these skills impress your boss?
Critical Thinking: Why it’s Important and How to Improve It
One of the things that I dislike about corporate culture is the many different terms that get thrown around to describe a logical and an otherwise common-sense action. Many managers and companies like to create new terms and abbreviations for actions and rules they have incorporated. They think, they question, they do not accept everything at face value, using their ability to reason and to solve problems through logical reasoning. This is why most employers would be keen to employ critical thinkers because they are the catalyst that will propel the company forward. Learning to develop your critical thinking skills will go a long way in helping you analyse data and arrive at the best decision possible more often than not.
Wherever the Wabisabi Learning team goes in the world, we make a point to ask teachers what they feel are the most important skills for modern learners. Educators of all kinds have many shared goals. However, no matter where they hail from, one of the most common among them is effectively developing critical thinking skills. Thinking critically is the pinnacle of the accumulation of knowledge and experience.
Kristin Sainani is very engaging - the speed and the tone of speech make listening and watching video enjoyable (not like many other teachers in here which just read loud out the text), her comments during the video are really important and sometimes funny (I used to skip video lectures at other courses due to monotonous tone of speakers).