HRD Corp Claimable Creative & Analytical Thinking Training

Enrolled: 124 students
Duration: 3 days
Video: Remote Training
Level: All Level


Working hours

Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
HRD Corp Claimable Creative & Analytical Thinking Training

HRD Corp Claimable Creative & Analytical Thinking Training

The technique of examining each problem, strategy, or purpose independently and implementing different approaches for advancement in personal and professional spheres is known as creative thinking. Analytical thinking refers to a person’s ability to solve complicated problems by analyzing and organizing information. Analytical thinkers can spot patterns in datasets that can lead to innovative solutions. Professionals with a mix of creative and analytical thinking skills can be incredibly useful in the business. In today’s evolving work culture, companies are continuously looking for people with strong Creative and Analytical Thinking skills to address any problems about meeting agreed-upon goals. These abilities aid professionals in communicating more effectively, enhancing their creativity, and allowing them to think outside the box. Individuals who think creatively and analytically


Anyone who wants to improve their creative and analytical thinking skills can attend this Creative and Analytical Thinking Training course.

Aside from the aforementioned themes, delegates will also learn:

  • What is the process of creative thinking?
  • Workplace creativity and innovation are encouraged.
  • Workplace personality, flexibility, and learning styles
  • Taking use of left- and right-brain dominance
  • Process of problem-solving in a creative way
  • Performing a thorough problem-solving procedure
  • A methodical approach to solving problems
  • determining the most likely reason

Getting Started with Analytical and Creative Thinking

Business and Creativity Unleashing

Creativity Using Thinking Styles

Analysis and Prioritization for Problem Solving

Putting Analysis and Creativity into Practice