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Metathinking: The New Critical Thinking (Part 1) – 2 Hour Webinar May 3, 2019 9:00 AM EDT
May 3 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT$70.00
*This webinar is eligible for NASBA credit – Certificates of completion are available right away!
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This webinar is based on a 50-minute hour and runs for 100 minutes
This is part 1 of a series of events on Metathinking but the course stands on its own and there is no need to take further parts.
Metathinking: The New Critical Thinking
Metathinking is a game-changing approach to critical thinking for all decision makers. The Metathinking approach developed by Dr. Groves spurs a dynamic analysis of our own reasoning processes, exposing hidden factors that influence our thinking, boosting the quality of higher-order thinking and problem solving for individuals and teams. The audience will be taught to recognize assumptions that corrupt their reasoning processes and methods that unveil subconscious associations that shape their interpretations. The session will introduce new ways to interact with evolving cognitive technologies and artificial intelligence. Attendees will leave the session with new abilities to tap cognitive networks that allow them to discover defining issues, solve complex problems and make decisions with clarity and confidence.
- The Mind-lens approach to understanding cognition
- Root cause analysis and problem-solving
- Assessing reliability and validity of evidence
- Critical analysis of decision tools
- Uncovering implicit bias
- The differences between logic and insight
- A new brand of professional skepticism
- Context and situational awareness
Learning objectives: Attendees will learn new thinking approaches that improve critical thinking and judgment by understanding how to examine the relevance of evidence and learning how to assess the quality of their own reasoning processes.
Advanced preparation: Not required
Area of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Designed for: Analysts, auditors, attorneys, governance and compliance professionals, and those working in the IT, HR, legal, and medical professions as well as executives, policymakers and other decision-makers interested in improving critical thinking skills and judgment quality.
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