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Critical Thinking for Engineers – How to Boost Your Creativity

November 17 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

FREE IEEE-USA Livestream Webinar Creativity is often considered the core of engineering because it is from creativity that we devise unique solutions to society’s challenges. LinkedIn’s Learning study ranked creativity #1 in its poll of critical job skills. Some engineers may feel, however, that they are not the “creative types.” As we’ll learn in this webinar there are many ways to enhance one’s innate creativity. Creativity is indeed within us all and simply needs activation to overcome a long held belief that we are otherwise. In this webinar, Sridhar Ramanathan takes a deeper look at creativity and how we might enhance this capability that is so critical to engineering. He will provide practical tips in areas such as cognitive flexibility, curiosity, visualization, imagination, and more. Speaker(s): Sridhar Ramanathan, Agenda: FREE Companion e-books**Free to IEEE Members, available to non-members at a nominal price. (https://ieeeusa.org/?s=Critical+Thinking+For+Engineers&post_type=product) – Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers – Book 1: Analytical Skills – Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers – Book 2: Communication Skills – Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers – Book 3: On Creativity – Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers – Book 4: On Open-mindedness – Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers – Book 5: On Problem Solving Available (https://ieeeusa.org/?s=Critical+Thinking+For+Engineers&post_type=product) ————————————————————— IEEE-USA’s free webinars/events are designed to help you find your next job, maintain your career, negotiate an appropriate salary, understand ethical considerations in the workplace and learn about other career-building strategies and public policy developments that affect your profession. Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/286584

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Date:
November 17
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/286584