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Chapter 1. The Case for Critical Thinking > Benefits of Critical Thinking

Benefits of Critical Thinking

Critical thinking involves evaluating a situation, problem, or argument and choosing a path of investigation that leads to finding the best possible answers. Listed below are a number of benefits that come from practicing critical thinking at work. Put a check ( ) by the three benefits that you would most like to bring to your job.



Recognizing your own biases to guide self-improvement

Contributing to teams through what you say and do

Gaining the respect of both your manager and your co-workers

Developing the best solutions to problems

Gaining greater insight into the motives of others

Giving sound arguments to create buy-in for your ideas

Identifying key issues without getting sidetracked

Writing and speaking with impact

Improving customer service through greater understanding of customer needs



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