Use this to inject a greater level of creativity into your decision making.
Edward De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats Model recognises that people habitually think and act in a specific way based upon their personality. For example, a person who is pessimistic by nature will think, act and react in a different way to a sunny optimist when presented with a problem.
De Bono’s model uses this insight and encourages a group of people to consider a problem from six different stereotypical positions. The feedback received is then pooled and synthesised and used to inform the decision-making process.
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