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Welcome to 5G Academy where you can register for our online leadership courses. We are currently offering our 5G Leadership Skills program in a virtual classroom format. Come join us in a great conversation!
5G Leadership Skills
- Focuses on communication, collaboration/teamwork, time management, ethics, customer relationship building, and problem-solving skills as skills critical to work environments.
- Live online interactive and fun
- Digital badge issued upon completion
- October session enrolling NOW! – beginning October 21st see the scheduled dates below
DescriptionOctober Scheduled Dates:
- October 21st 1-4:00PM EDT
- October 23rd 1-4:30PM EDT
- October 28th 1-4:30PM EDT
- October 30th 1-4:30PM EDT
- November 4th 1-4:30PM EDT
- November 6th 1-4:30PM EDT
Critical Thinking Skills
Critical Thinking Skills is a rich-media engaging program of five fully on-demand self-paced workshops. Each workshop develops user competency in one of the areas identified as a top demand of employers today. The topics are:
- Deductive Reasoning
- Problem Identification
- Data Gathering and Evaluation
- Overcoming Biases
- Implementing Solutions
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- Deductive and Inductive Reasoning – We introduce Critical Thinking in this introduction section and then explore the differences of Deductive and Inductive Reasoning and why it is important in the Critical Thinking process.
- Problem Identification – People often solve the wrong problem, which underscores the importance of identifying the problem correctly and why this is an important step in Critical Thinking.
- Data Gathering and Evaluation – In our modern world of real news and fake news, gathering and evaluating data are skills that are extremely valuable. You will see that these skills are also important in all aspects of critical thinking.
- Overcoming Bias – The bias we will address in this competency is cognitive bias. Cognitive biases are mistakes in reasoning, evaluating or remembering. They are errors in our thinking. To be a critical thinker, you need to recognize cognitive bias and remove it from your thinking process.
- Solutions – In this last competency, we will review the important elements and steps in critical thinking. Then we will talk about solutions. Finally, we will conclude, by discussion assessment and reflection, with the final steps in successful critical thinking.