Analytical thinking skills – Always Ask Why
Analytical thinking skills are essential for leaders who work in ambiguous environments in critical situations. Analytical thinking skills are about collecting information and analysing it to solve complex problems. During challenging situations, leaders have to think analytically since their decisions have a critical business impact.
Analytical thinking is the method of accumulating relevant information and highlighting key issues in the identified data from various sources. Identifying causation factors and drawing appropriate conclusions from the gathered information in order to arrive at favourable solutions.
Strengthscape’s Analytical thinking skills – Always Ask Why workshop will help you develop and enhance your analytical skills necessary for you to lead your workforce effectively.
- Do you worry your analytical style is not at par with the kind of challenges you face at work?
- Do you feel your leadership efficacy is getting affected due to the level of analytical skills?
- Do you feel frazzled while taking an important decision?
- Do you fear your decisions may have a negative impact on the productivity of the organization?
- Do you feel you need to analyse all the information at a deeper level to enhance your leadership style?
If your answer is “Yes” to any of these questions, then Analytical thinking skills – Always Ask Why is just for you.
This leadership training course helps you enhance your ability to weigh the pros and cons of every difficult situation, effectively make decisions and plan strategically to manoeuvre the organization towards success. Find your potential to analytically address any complex circumstance to find creative and effective solutions.
Analytical thinking skills – Always Ask Why workshop strives to equip leaders with analytical thinking skills. Backed by intensive research, it lets the participants develop the ability to sharpen their thinking skills and learn to apply them in various workplace situations through online pre-work, interactive facilitation and online follow-up.
- Learn fundamental concepts related to analytical thinking
- Identify of your own thinking style and preference
- Develop analytical skills to analyse information to clearly describe problems
- Think creatively and demonstrate leadership in the decision-making process
- Make quick decisions by rapidly assessing the facts and assumptions
- Use a structured framework to assist in problem solving
- Develop ability to apply core concepts in a practical workplace setting
- Detect and take definitive action to prevent potential problems
|Session Name||Brief Overview|
|Introductions||Participants are introduced to the entire structure of the course and their commitment reaffirmed|
|Need for Effective Thinking Competencies||Maximising personal and organizational thinking power, understanding the need for analytical thinking, importance of analytical thinking to lead teams, brain dominance and thinking paradigms – the neurology of thinking|
|Analytical Thinking Process||Understand the roles of analytical thinking Problem solving and decision making. Learn the structured process to problem solving methods|
|Analytical Thinking Tools||Learn tools for analytical thinking like Information gathering, analytical thinking & deductive reasoning, root cause analysis|
|Thinking Process||Neuroscience of thinking, case study on the percentage of thinking people, thinking game|
|Brainstorming||Method of identifying issues, tips for brainstorming, tools and techniques for collecting hard facts|
|Analytical and Creative Thinking Skill||Different thinking types, knowing how we think, convergent and divergent thinking|
|DMAIC Model in Decision Making||Understanding DMAIC and 6 Sigma in Innovation Process|
|Appreciate creativities and ideas by others||Learn how to react to different ideas as an effective leader, finding faults or supporting? – identify your style, steps to change your behaviour|
|Setting objectives and action plan||Planned mini project, planned action plan to practice and drive analytical thinking|