Critical Thinking Competencies
When faced with a difficult or complex problem in your organization, utilizing critical thinking skills can help you identify pros and cons, evaluate potential hypotheses and propose thoughtful solutions. Critical thinking results in better decisions, fewer mistakes and a significant improvement in the collaboration between members of the organization.
The next time you are faced with a complex problem at your organization, try using these 2 critical thinking competencies to help you work toward a solution:
- Self-regulation. Monitor your thinking by analyzing and evaluating your own judgments through questioning, confirming or correcting your reasoning.
- Inquisitiveness. Examine and investigate concepts and issues by asking questions.