“The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence; it is to act with yesterday’s logic.”
– Peter Drucker
When times are turbulent, we can’t be prepared in advance with what to think.
But we can prepare ourselves with how to think.
The timeless principles of Critical Thinking inspire conscious decision making and problem solving, no matter what the situation.
These practical tools will help you stay on course, save time and save money as you define the next steps and focus areas for your business.
The outcomes you will learn from this session:
– Practical reflection and research strategies.
– Know the 7 main biases and 6 fallacies which are influencing your thoughts.
– Take away quick, easy tools to help with decision making.
– Create a personal action plan and communicate it to key stakeholders.
Please be ready to make lots of notes with a paper and pen or your preferred note taking software. This session is interactive and will include things to work on as you follow along. It would be useful, but is not essential, to complete a values survey before the session: https://survey.thevaluesproject.com/ and to make a note of the purpose and vision you have for your business.
This workshop is brought to you by Business Station and AusIndustry under the ASBAS Digital Solutions Program.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Bethan is a critical thinking specialist and multi-faceted educator with 15 years international experience. She’s passionate about continually improving and evolving her evidence-based strategies to get the best outcomes for her clients.
Bethan’s sessions are interactive, pragmatic, and thought-provoking, using research-based strategies for the best outcomes and deliver tangible results.
Bethan has delivered training in corporate, SME, not-for-profit and government settings along with private coaching. She is also a qualified teacher and has worked on UWA’s Foundation and Diploma programmes and as a lecturer on Curtin University’s SELL (Science and Engineering Language and Literacy) programme.
Connect with Bethan on LinkedIn or www.bethanwinn.com.au
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