Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Logical Thinking Class

A Six-Day Workshop
Leading to Self-Sufficiency
in the Logical Thinking Process

Tentative Schedule: April 4th through 11th

Instructor: H. William Dettmer, Jonah's Jonah
Assistant: Jeff 'SKI' Kinsey, Jonah

Critical thinking is a means of assessing and evaluating the cause-and-effect relationships in complex systems. The interdependency among components of systems makes it extremely difficult to accurately evaluate the true causes behind observed effects.

A logical thinking methodology facilitates the sorting out and representation of the relationships between the system’s components and the cause-and-effect that influences them. This enables an analyst to evaluate the validity of the evidence of causation and determine whether the assumed cause is, in fact the real cause.

A word from a couple of Jonah3+3™ graduates:

Lessons taught and applied during the hands on workshop:
  • Successfully identify the true causes of unsatisfactory out-comes in YOUR system, whether personal or professional, using logical, verifiable cause-and-effect
  • Identify and resolve daily and chronic conflicts that hinder you from achieving your goals
  • Evaluate the potential for success before initiating change (risk mitigation), either in your personal life or in your organization
  • Uncover the pitfalls that could result from any change you might consider making and determine what you should do to "navigate" around them
  • Identify the "roadblocks" to change and the ways to over come them (and in what order)
  • Lay out a detailed implementation plan for change and persuade others to help with it
  • Improve your odds of success before even beginning to take action
  • Quickly identify questionable or ill-considered proposals from others
Seating will be limited. Please contact SKI to determine if this course is right for you.

Jeff 'SKI' Kinsey, Jonah
(330) 432.3533

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