Edward de Bono Collection

Edward de Bono Collection

Dr. Edward de Bono is the world’s leading authority on conceptual thinking as the driver of organizational innovation, strategic leadership, individual creativity, and problem solving. Since 1970 his exclusive tools and methods have brought astonishing results to organizations large and small worldwide and to individuals from a wide range of cultures, educational backgrounds, occupations, and age groups. Dr. de Bono delivers the advanced training solutions that are greatly needed for success in these challenging times.

Six Thinking Hats®
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Imagine it. Your team has the skills and techniques they need to make the best decision. Fast. Smart. Efficient.

It’s not impossible. In fact, it’s simple. Once they know how. That’s where Dr. Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats® comes in.

This systematic method of thinking in a completely new and different way will provide your employees with skills and tools that they can apply immediately! See results in days, not months.

It is a simple, effective technique that helps them become more productive. You and your team members can learn how to separate thinking into six distinct categories. Each category is identified with its own colored metaphorical “thinking hat.” By mentally wearing and switching “hats,” you can easily focus or redirect thoughts, the conversation, or the meeting.

The difference between brilliant and mediocre teams isn’t so much in their collective mental capacity, but in how well they can tap into their collective wisdom and how well they function together. After your team learns the skills behind the Six Thinking Hats® system they’ll:

Hold critical meetings without emotions or egos making bad decisions

Avoid the easy but mediocre decisions by knowing how to dig deeper

Increase productivity and even more important — be more effective

Make creative solutions the norm

Maximize and organize each person’s thoughts and ideas

Get to the right solution quickly and with a shared vision

The Six Thinking Hats (or modes)
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The White Hat
The White Hat calls for information known or needed.
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The Red Hat
The Red Hat signifies feelings, hunches and intuition.
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The Black Hat
The Black Hat is judgment — the devil’s advocate or why something may not work.
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The Yellow Hat
The Yellow Hat symbolizes brightness and optimism.
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The Green Hat
The Green Hat focuses on creativity: the possibilities, alternatives and new ideas.
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The Blue Hat
The Blue Hat is used to manage the thinking process.

The CoRT THINKING PROGRAMME VIDEO by Edward de Bono DVD

Edward de Bono produced this video for the de Bono Institute in Australia. He describes his philosophy behind the development of the CoRT Thinking Lessons, why he has developed the ‘thinking tool’ technique and the benefits to be derived from using the CoRT Thinking Lessons.

It is a powerful video which could convince the most sceptical of people of the benefits of using the CoRT Thinking Tools. It is also quite essential for the introduction of the CoRT Thinking Lessons into any environment. The video complements the CoRT Thinking Lessons on CD.


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