Employee Learning Week: Unlock the 7 Powerful Thinking Styles in Your Team

  • 04 Dec 2012
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar


This webinar is full.


We all use a variety of thinking styles in our daily lives, but we tend to favor some but rarely use others-- and that hurts our ability to make good decisions. My Thinking Styles™ from Pearson TalentLens helps you find the right balance, so you can make the best choices, in life and at work.


The Seven Powerful Thinking Styles:

1.         Analytical

2.         Inquisitive

3.         Insightful

4.         Open-Minded

5.         Systematic

6.         Timely

7.         Truth Seeking


Knowing your preferred style will help you approach problems and decisions with the right mindset so you can be more successful. 


By attending this webinar, we will provide you access to a complimentary administration of My Thinking Styles and a personalized Development Report. During the webinar, Dr. Judy Chartrand will give a brief overview of the seven styles and she’ll help you interpret your results as well as explain how different Thinking Styles interact within a team environment. Your report will unlock a unique combination that will help you be more successful with your decisions, relationships, projects, and every aspect of your life – so don’t miss out!


After you register for the Webinar, you will receive an email with instructions for accessing the My Thinking Styles and Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal assessments and complimentary development reports.


About Dr. Judy Chartrand  

Judy Chartrand is a recognized thought leader in the areas of critical thinking and career development. Chartrand works as a consulting Chief Scientist with Pearson. As a psychologist, Chartrand has helped hundreds of clients increase their personal and career satisfaction. She frequently speaks at national and international conferences and has published more than 50 articles and books.


Judy Chartrand helps people develop their careers and their lives through better critical thinking. As a consulting Chief Scientist with Pearson she works extensively with corporate clients, helping them develop employee competencies and leadership skills. A recognized thought leader, she has spoken at over 50 national and international conferences and written over 40 articles and two books. She received an Early Career Award from the American Psychological Association for her work in the career development field. Judy received her Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Minnesota.