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Learn to make effective decisions and solve problems using critical thinking and simple, practical tools. You make decisions and solve problems every day. Learn how to apply critical thinking techniques to these activities. Every organization must be nimble when solving new and recurring challenges; and everyone within the organization must be able to use critical thinking and creative problem solving to take action on these challenges. Avoid the tendency to start solving a problem before it is clearly defined. Admit to poor decisions and take corrective action, even if it's tough.
Adopt approaches that work and learn to:
In today's face-paced work environment, decisions and requests for action are bombarding you constantly. If you make these decisions in "firefighting" reactionary mode, you are more likely to make mistakes. Being proactive and thinking critical dramatically increase the chance you will make an excellent decision and take the action to get the best results.
Rebecca Staton-Reinstein, Ph.D., president of Advantage Leadership, Inc. As president of Advantage Leadership, Inc. Rebecca works with leaders around the world, who want to grow their organizations and improve their bottom lines through strategic leadership and planning, engaged employees, and improved critical processes.
She works with leadership teams to develop robust strategic plans and, more importantly, execute them. She helps these teams become more strategic and critical in their thinking and to apply approaches to problem solving with a track record of success. Rebecca has a Ph.D. in organizational development and is the author of 3 books on strategic leadership. She is an MBTI Master Practitioner, an elected foreign member of the St. Petersburg Engineering Academy, and has been honored by organizations on four continents.