Jun 24

Creative and critical thinking

Critical thinking vs Creative thinking Critical and creative thinking skills are perhaps the most fundamental skills involved in making judgments and solving problems.  The ability to think critically about a matter—to analyze a question, situation, or problem down to its most basic parts—is what helps us evaluate the accuracy and truthfulness of statements, claims, and […]

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Jun 24

Flexibility

Flexible thinking is the ability to shift thinking or attention in response to a switch in rules, or to new or unexpected situations. Flexible thinking is also referred to as mental flexibility or cognitive flexibility. (https://mindprintlearning.com/blog/flexible-thinking/) We can say that flexible thinking is the ability to adapt our own behaviours in the moment depending on the situation and […]

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Jun 24

Critical observation

Pay attention to the small things. They turn into big things. (Jocko Willink) Critical observation is the ability to notice subtle details or gain them through analysis that allows to maneuver situations more tactfully. Our observation skills inform us about objects, events, attitudes and phenomena using one or more senses, thus forming a basis for […]

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Jun 24

Thinking outside the box

The expression “thinking outside the box” is a metaphor that generally means approaching problems in new, innovative ways, conceptualizing complicated situations differently and comprehending them by numerous points of view, in relation to several particular conditions.  Thinking outside the box is complex, in particular due to the fact mankind is composed of beings full of […]

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Jun 24

Critical thinking

Critical Thinking is the ability to evaluate information to determine whether it is right or wrong. To think critically about an issue or a problem means to be open-minded and consider alternative ways of looking at solutions. Nowadays, critical thinking is defined as the ability to think clearly and rationally, making reasoned judgments that are […]

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Jun 24

Receptiveness to other’s ideas and new information

As stated in the dictionary, “to be receptive” means to be open to new ideas or change. If you’re responsive to other people’s suggestions and not set in your ways, then you’re not only receptive, but flexible. (https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/receptive) Receptive individuals are more willing to physically expose themselves to the opposing views of others. In everyday life, […]

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Jun 24

Availability for discussion and collaboration

‘Discussion’ refers to examining the topic thoroughly to reach a conclusion. Collectively, it is called Group discussion which means the exchange of ideas by participating candidates on a specific subject or topic. The whole concept is to bring collectively a unit of people on a common platform to share their ideas. http://targetstudy.com/articles/importance-of-group-discussion.html ‘Collaboration’ is all […]

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