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Critical Thinking & Decision Making, Ventura, CA
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A course providing a model of critical thinking that can change how leaders think, perform, and lead.

When: Thursday, November 2, 2017
8:30 AM
Where: Ventura City Hall, Community Meeting Room
501 Poli Street
Room 202
Ventura, California  93001
United States
Contact: Kris Edwards

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Critical Thinking & Decision Making

If most organizational problems are the result of poor and unethical leadership, then you can also be assured these leadership decisions were the result of incomplete thinking. Peak organizational performance is dependent upon quality thinking and decision making. Although thinking is something we naturally do as humans; critical thinking is not. Most of us have never been shown a model of critical thinking; at least not one that was not overall challenging and impractical. This course provides the learner with a useful and transformative model of critical thinking that can positively change how leaders think, perform, and lead. This class is for everyone.



Jim Wuhl



$  75.00     Members

$115.00     Nonmembers


Credits Awarded

8 CEUs


Pass Rate

Participation required


About the Instructor:

Jim is a teaching leader. He delivers a highly dynamic and engaging learning experience, which leads to internalization and action. He is an expert in leadership development, organizational development, team learning, critical thinking, human motivation/engagement, emotional intelligence, strength-based leadership, micro-expressions, critical incident stress management (CISM), ethics, public speaking, and instructional design. Jim holds a M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Woodbury University and a B.S. in Criminal Justice from CSULA. Jim is also an adjunct faculty member at Woodbury University in Burbank, CA., where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Leadership.


Facility Contact

Kris Edwards

Brad Clark