Important Critical Thinking Skills in the Workplace
Are you prepared for the upcoming wave of resumes from college seniors? So much enthusiasm, so little experience. Completing a four year degree program doesn’t mean that they are prepared to succeed in the realities of your workplace.
Employer expectations are increasing
Now, even entry level professionals must be able to identify and resolve anomalies. They’ll have to think their way through technological barricades and job challenges of all kinds. What you need is reliable data on the thinking skills of your new recruits.
Wanted: critical thinking and data analysis skills
You need to find talented professionals with the reasoning skills and mindset to drive current systems to the next level, the eagerness for relentless problem solving, and an eye to seize opportunities while managing risks.
Imagine the positive impact on your bottom line if you could be certain that:
- problems were correctly diagnosed and risks were effectively managed
- employees were committed to excellence and to the success of the organization
- opportunities were anticipated and captured at all levels
- decisions were driven by data relevant to company goals
- employees regularly contributed practical and affordable suggestions
There is a better way to screen the best job candidates
Save time and money by prescreening for the most important predictors of on the job success: the capacity and desire to engage complex problems using sound critical thinking and quantitative reasoning. INSIGHT Business Professional delivers objective analysis of the candidate’s strengths and weaknesses in 15 core business skills and mindset attributes.
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