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Problem Solving and Critical Thinking 

DATE: 26th-27th AUGUST, 2020

FEE: ₦75,000

(pay for one seat and get an extra seat for FREE)

Effective decision makers are those individuals who are able to consistently identify and choose the best option among multiple alternatives. Their decisions are imaginative, reasoned, and defensible. You will be unable to effectively do business unless the people who work for you — from senior executives to frontline employees — can solve problems, make good decisions and use sound judgment. Yet, most organisations do little to help their people develop the foundation for these skills—the ability to think critically. Applying the techniques of critical thinking allows you to solve complex problems and understand the inputs and implications of your thought processes.

This programme will develop your skills as a critical thinker and problem solver and help you recognise and leverage your thinking preference, as well as those of your team to find different solutions to everyday problems. It is carefully tailored to provide the necessary tools and job aids for inventive, logical decision-making. You’ll explore a structured way to approach and address problems as wells as clarify problems in terms of objectives and issues with a view towards optimum outcomes.


After this hands-on training, you will be fully equipped to:


Team Leads

Business Professionals

Strategy Professionals

Critical Function Holders In Organisations

Kindly make a payment of ₦75,000 to the account below, fill the form and send your proof of payment to learning@workforcegroup.com for confirmation

Account Number: 0001433631 

Account Name: Workforce Management Centre
Bank: Guaranty Trust Bank 


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For further enquires, please call: +234 706 819 4262

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