Critical Thinking University- 20% Off Through June 29th

Have you heard of TalentLens’ newest critical thinking training product?  It’s the Critical Thinking University, an online learning portal specifically devoted to improving your problem solving, decision making, and critical thinking skills.  And through June 29th, 2012 you can receive over 20% off of all new licenses ($127/per person/per year- originally $159/per person/per year).

This powerful online portal gives everyone from individual contributors to mid-career managers the ability to solve difficult on-the-job problems. Participants advance through 18 interactive courses with real-world business scenarios that require them to:

  • Recognize assumptions
  • Distinguish fact from opinion
  • Beware of persuasive techniques
  • Recognize bias in themselves and others
  • And develop as a thinker

As learners advance, their real-world skills are challenged in a final ultimate gaming challenge where participants are asked to solve the “Robbery on the R.E.D. Royale!” Participants gain an increasing ability to think critically and draw sound conclusions as they progress through the CTU portal.

To watch a demo of the Critical Thinking University check out the videos below or click here (Part 1 and Part 2):

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vMLANqR-Dw&feature=plcp

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dim2R-7ZXo&feature=plcp

To take advantage of the 20% discount, just email breanne.harris@pearson.com and reference “CTUJUNE2012″ in the email.

 

Editor’s Note: Breanne Harris is the Solutions Architect for Pearson TalentLens. She works with customers to design selection and development plans that incorporate critical thinking assessments and training. She has a Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology and has experience in recruiting, training, and HR consulting. Connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter for more of her thoughts.

One response to “Critical Thinking University- 20% Off Through June 29th”

  1. Armstrong

    do you have this training course in Chinese language?

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