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    Be a Straight Thinker

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    Black and White Thinking

    21 February 2020
    Right or wrong? Real life problems are often too complex to apply black and white thinking to. Instead, try using another concept, the Law of Identity, on which to base your analysis and decision making.
    Black and White Thinking. Black and white thinking is a thought-error, which falsely creates a binary choice in situations that are not binary. For example: You are asked to decide between: Black or white. A or B. With us or against us. Right or wrong. Truth or lie. Innocent or guilty Black and white thinking is an error because it is an oversimplification...
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    How to Solve Problems

    30 July 2019
    The ability to solve problems in business are an essential still. Whether you need to solve a problem for yourself or for your employer, these tips will help you to identify and work out a solution to your problem.
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Customer Reviews

Here are a selection of reviews for our training courses.

  • The course content was very helpful and useful. Will try and put into practise as soon as possible. Some very good tips, especially on managing conflict. The Trainer’s presentation was very friendly and easy to understand. Put everyone at their ease and made me feel very comfortable.

  • The course had a refreshingly different approach to other similar corporate coaching. Good pace and not dull. The trainer's presentation was fast paced but this went with the subject matter. A very good trainer with lots of interaction between trainer and group.

  • The course content was very in-depth and skills learnt to assist within the company that I work for. Extremely helpful in dealing with conflict. The trainer's presentation was very thorough and extensive knowledge

  • Really beneficial quick and simple methods to keep conflict-based conversations on tack. Helpful when trying to keep things factual and not getting emotional. Easy to remember.

  • The course content covered a vast range of topics/information and was well structured. The trainer had excellent energy, good visuals and good use of examples.

  • The course content and the presenter were extremely useful. The material was enlightening and I will advocate the course to my colleagues. The trainer had good presentation skills, good interaction, was very motivated and energetic. Just fantastic!