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December 14, 2012
Employers rank Critical Thinking as a priority in the global economy
Atlanta, GA—December 14, 2012---Core Edge Image & Charisma Institute recently developed the IBAR Critical Thinking Method (IBAR) after research showed that employers want more critical thinkers in their ranks. According to the Critical Thinking Academy website, a Hart Research Associates study interviewed 302 employers about the skills they thought were most valuable in their business environment. Critical thinking and analytical skills topped the employers’ list. IBAR is a hybrid critical thinking method influenced by the legal analysis used in American law schools and the qualitative and quantitative research methods used in master’s degree programs, but geared towards the business community.
Core Edge Image & Charisma Institute founder and developer of IBAR, Edward Brown says, “After reviewing the needs of corporate leaders and managers, it was essential to develop a critical thinking model that addressed how businesses could enhance their productivity and profitability by average employees becoming more effective critical thinkers. IBAR allows employees to become in-house subject matter experts as well as consultants for solving business problems within their organizations.”
The IBAR Critical Thinking Method will be taught through live workshops and webinars. The first one (1) day workshop will be held Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at the Georgian Club, 100 Galleria Pkwy., Suite 1700, Atlanta, GA 30339. Seats are limited to the first 15 registrants and a graduation certification ceremony follows for those who successfully complete the workshop.
Core Edge Image & Charisma Institute investigates, analyzes, and synthesizes how charismatic leaders think, act, and make decisions about organizational development, public speaking, and critical thinking. Core Edge Image & Charisma Institute was founded in Atlanta in 2002.
For more information on the IBAR Critical Thinking Method, visit: http://go.ibarcriticalthinkingmethod.com or call: (404) 767-6592.