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Manager’s impact on increasing Happiness

1 Day Instructor Led Course - 7 Contact Hours

 

 

 

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• Corporate Venue: Onsite or at SitesPower

• UAE Ministry of Education Accredited Institute

• Certificate of Achievement (Ministry Attestation fees apply)

• Exams: Qualification exams available (fees excluded)

 

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• Free Course Repeat

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Course Overview:
Smart companies around the globe are dependent upon active critical thinkers in order to develop, produce and disseminate their goods and services. Managers in a position of creating change within their organizations need to learn, exhibit and teach critical thinking skills to their colleagues and employees. Why? Because making decisions in today’s world—a world of increasing pressure, uncertainty, conflicting ideas and opinions create challenges that managers need to adeptly navigate. Understanding key methods of critical thinking helps managers learn to address the right problems, identify risks and make better decisions.

Objectives:
  • To embrace critical thinking in the workplace
  • To enable participants view challenging issues from a different prospective
  • To prepare a platform for innovation and creativity
  • To foster a learning culture in the organization
Target Audience:
Department Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders

Course Content:
Section 1: Introduction to Critical Thinking Means Business
Section 2: Key Thinking Dispositions for Managers
Section 3: Too Little Critical Thinking = Big Problems
Section 4: Critical Thinking in the Workplace
Section 5: How Critical Thinking Works: Introduction to the RED Model
Section 6: Using the RED Model in Decision Making: A Case Study
Section 7: For Trainers - Developing Critical Thinkers and Problem Solvers
Section 8: Using the RED Model: A Sample Training Program