You Can Improve Your Critical Thinking
“Critical thinking punctures myth in favor of reason because it challenges us to set aside opinion for reason and logic. Therefore it is essential for individuals, teams, and organizations. Failure to evaluate options critically results in stunted growth and darkness.” -John Baldoni, Forbes
This post is for Gen-Xers and Millennials because we both have to learn to work together. Gen-Xers grew up in a time when workers did not depend on technology as much to accomplish tasks. This also means that Gen-Xers have a responsibility to help mentor the younger generation to develop their critical thinking skills in the workplace and Millennials should help their older co-workers stay ahead of the technology curve.
Chip Conley states in his article,4 Ways to Help Different Generations Share Wisdom at Work, that “There are now five generations working alongside each other – an unprecedented opportunity to learn from such a diverse range of experiences. But there’s not always an obvious path for people to share with and learn from each other. Especially when generations are siloed, both older and younger workers keep their wisdom buried.”
Workers have to take advantage of the human resources that are available in order to become the best “YOU” that you can. The future of your career may very well depend on your ability to think critically, see beyond numbers, make connections, and show your employer that you have the vision that will help the company remain competitive.
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