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PACE: Critical Thinking Skills

January 27 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

More organizations today, than ever before, look for employees who complement domain knowledge with good thinking and communication skills. The World Economic Forum lists Critical thinking among the top three skills required for executive success at work. Good critical thinking skills results in better problem solving and superior decision making. Employees who learn quickly and can solve problems, think critically, gather and analyze information meaningfully are critical to every organization. These Critical Thinking skills can be acquired by everyone. Students, young professionals, aspiring managers and leaders can all benefit from understanding critical thinking.
>> Part of the PACE activities (Professional Activities Committe for Engineers). So what is PACE?
The Professional Activities Committee for Engineers (PACE) of the IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section, promotes the professional interests of IEEE USA members in this Section. PACE activities may include:
* Workshops on career issues (e.g., networking, career planning, career transitions, interviewing skills)
* Skill training workshops (e.g., entrepreneurship, effective speaking, technical writing, soft skills, critical thinking, leadership skills, etc)
* Government policy as it affects Engineering and Technology.
Speaker(s): Sharan Kalwani,
Agenda:
03:00 PM – Registration/Sign In, verification of attendee03:05 PM – Welcome and Introductions, Chapter business update03:10 PM – Session start
05:00 PM – End of session, Q&A, formal conclusion, feedback session and Wrap Up
A printed copy of the notes will be provided to each confirmed attendee. There is a small fee to cover costs of the printed material. Registration is confirmed only after fee is pre-paid
Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/384021