• Critical Thinking - everyone expects you to have it but no one teaches it !!

    Objective of Critical Thinking is to evaluate the truth or falsity of a claim.  To be able to do this skiffully the Critical Thinker should be able to :  (1)Raise vital questions and problems, formulating them clearly and precisely (2)Gather and assess relevant information, using abstract ideas to interpret it effectively (3)Come to well-reasoned conclusions and solutions, testing them against relevant criteria and standards; (4)Think open-mindedly within alternative systems of thought, recognizing and assessing, as need be, their assumptions, implications, and practical consequences; and (5)Communicate effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problems Read More
  • Training in Critical Thinking

    Workshops and Online classes to suit your learning needs and time availability. (1) Two day Crtical Thinking Advanced workshop (2) Full day Critical Thinking Foundation workshop (3) Half day courses Critical Thinking Essentials course designed to teach the essence of Critical Thinking (4)  Critical Thinking Basics - a 2 hour class on the core concepts of Critical Thinking. Instructor led, online and ABSOLUTELY FREE. Learn the basics free. Instructor led online classes - Free on Sundays. Sign up Read More
  • Critical Thinking Training for Business

    If you are a Business, you will find this training program very relevant for all those in Managerial and supervisory positions, Sales, customer facing positions, Business analysts and anyone else who has to make decisions or formulate plans (2) You can choose from three different modules with varying depth of coverage and exercises (3) Understanding the patterns of reasoning and nuances of communication dramatically improves comprehension of the dynamics in fluid situations.  Read More
  • Critical Thinking Training for Education

    Colleges and Universities will find this training highly relevant for their teachers and students. (1) Teachers who go through this training will be able to teach better using Critical Thinking (2) For students Critical thinking skills are essential to perform well in GRE, GMAT< CAT and personal interviews and group discussions (3) Educational Insitutions can choose from three different modules with varying depth of coverage and exercises. Read More
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Critical Thinking Training

chess small We offer Critical Thinking to Business Organizations and Educational Institutes. The training is offered in two formats:  Instructor Led Online Training, and Classroom based Workshops. We also conduct Critical Thinking Essentials half day course online open to everyone once a month. Look out for the dates here. FREE Critical Thinking Basics course -   instructor led online course conducted on Sundays. SIGN UP FOR THE FREE CLASS

Colleges & Students

student smallCritical Thinking is essential to write better essays, SOP's and research papers. It also helps them perform better in personal interviews and group discussions. Several admission tests such as GRE, GMAT and CAT are specifically designed to test Critical Thinking Skills. Employers too value Critical Thinking skills very high, and their interviews are designed to test students on this skill.

Fallacies in reasoning

crossbwA fallacy is an argument that uses poor or invalid reasoning. Unfortunately all of us are victims of poor reasoning while presenting our own arguments, or believing poor arguments of others. This happens in the workplace, while studying and in our everyday life. The more discerning are able to sense that some arguments are poor, but are unable to define or cogently explain why it is poor reasoning. In training on Critical Thinking, fallacies are explained and illustrated. Take a look at some of them here.

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When asked which skills new college graduates needed to improve most, more than half of the respondents to the question on The Wall Street Journal's survey of 479 college recruiters named some combination of critical thinking, problem solving skills and the ability to think independently


What is an Argument? An argument has two elements: A Claim and a Premise. Example: Harish will get admissions in IIT because he is a school topper. The Claim: Harish will get admission in IIT. The Premise: Harish is a school topper. In other words: Harish is a school topper, which means he is very intelligent, and so he will get admission in IIT. The better a Premise supports a Claim, the better the argument is. For examle if we were to say: "Harish will get admission in IIT, because his father also studied in IIT"  then it is not a good or strong argument, since the premise (his father studied in IIT) doesn't convey anything about Harish's intelligence and his ability to clear the entrance exams. You could conclude that harish must be intelligent because his father is - but that is a very tenous conclusion and doesn't make the premises strong.

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