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What is critical thinking?
People exercise critical thinking by using rationality to determine what to do or believe in a specific situation. Employees who can engage in critical thinking are reflective, independent and competent.
If you practice critical thinking, you logically connect ideas, scrutinize and evaluate arguments, find inconsistencies and errors in your work and the work of others, solve complex problems and engage in reflection.
A critical thinker doesn’t only accumulate information well, but they also know how to use the information to deduce facts and determine outcomes. By conceptualizing outcomes, critical thinkers tend to be better at solving problems than people who simply memorize information.
Because of this, employers value critical thinking—especially in roles where preparing strategy is an essential part of the job. Critical thinking is considered a soft skill, which means it’s a skill inherent in a person’s personality. That said, it is possible to develop this skill.