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One Day Open Workshop on Dr Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats ©
"the main difficulty with thinking is confusion. We try to do too much at once. Emotions, information, logic, hope and Creativity all crowd in on us. It is like juggling too many balls". - Edward de Bono Six Thinking hats.
Thinking performance drives business performance. Most mistakes in business are mistakes in thinking. Decisions are poorly thought through. Risk factors are overlooked. Faulty information is taken as fact. Ideas are killed far too early. Benefits aren’t built into solutions — customers have no idea why they should embrace your new efforts. Changes backfire.
If any of this describes the condition at your company we can help you improve the thinking performance of your employees. The end result for your company:
Who Needs Six Thing Hats:
Anyone who wants to think clearly, objectively, and reatively will benefit from Six Thinking Hats training.
- R Professionals
- Project Managers
- Meeting Facilitators
- New Product Developers
- Team Leaders & Members
- Trainers And Consultants
How To Use Six Thinking Hats:
Six Thinking Hats is a simple, effective technique your team may use in a variety of applications.
Course Objectives & Outcomes:
Six Thinking Hats training participants will show evidence of the following:
A marked tendency to identify themselves as thinkers
Confidence that they have the ability to cope with and improve their environments
Competencies enabling them to solve problems including the ability to:
Competencies enabling them to identify and pursue opportunities including the ability to:
Competencies enabling them to think cooperatively including the ability to:
understand and take on the facilitator role in a group meeting
identify and articulate other people's points of view
devise an agenda and demonstrate the necessary discipline to follow it provide for equal participation among group members
Six Thinking Hats:
The White Hat
White Hat thinking focuses on data, facts, information known or needed.
The Black Hat
Black Hat thinking focuses on difficulties, potential problems. Why something may not work.
The Red Hat
Red Hat thinking focuses on feelings, hunches, gut instinct, and intuition.
The Green Hat
Green Hat thinking focuses on creativity: possibilities, alternatives, solutions, new ideas.
The Yellow Hat
Yellow Hat thinking focuses on values and benefits. Why something may work.
The Blue Hat
Blue Hat thinking focuses on manage the thinking process, focus, next steps, action plans.