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Why not teach KT skills to kids?
Catégories: -Développement des Ressources Humaines et du Leader- -ATS- -BPI- -Capability Development Implementation Support-

Kepner-Tregoe founder, Ben Tregoe, was constantly asked by the Program Leaders who were certified to teach Problem Solving & Decision Making workshops, "Why aren't they teaching these skills in our schools?” In keeping with his lifelong belief that if you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime, Ben agreed. Teachers make a lasting impression on their students.  Invariably when a successful person names the most influential people in their lives, among them is a teacher or professor.

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Ensure your team's in winning form for the new financial year
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Don't let External Forces Slow You Down!
With slowdowns expected in the major economies around the world, the ability to navigate through these troubled times is critical to survival.
A clear mind coupled with rational thinking processes offers the best opportunity to break away from the pack and emerge a winner.

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Critical Thinking Skills: Building Blocks for the Next Generation
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The Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) report[i] identified critical thinking skills as being essential for a high-performance workplace. The report identifies a three-part skills foundation: basic literacy and computational skills, the thinking skills necessary to put knowledge to work, and the personal qualities that make workers dedicated and trustworthy. This foundation in thinking skills includes creativity, decision making, problem solving, seeing things in the mind's eye, knowing how-to-learn, and reasoning. The report states: "Today's work place puts a premium on reasoning skills and an ability and willingness to learn."

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Today's 'knowledge economy' is creating a culture of confusion.
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Most people feel uncertain by the lack of technical knowledge of the system or product they support. More technical training seems the first action management reaches for. Unfortunately technical training is only valid for a certain domain and for a short period of time. Is it possible, any longer, to keep up with the speed of technology changes? Is knowledge the only driver that gives us the power and certainty. No not at all, more is needed to become more effective. Studies executed by Kepner & Tregoe showed us that good decisive actions are always preceded by clear thinking. But precisely that clear thinking is letting us down when it is equally exciting.

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