This programme involves a compulsory 30 minute online Induction session on Monday 27th March. The main workshop (10-1pm) will take place In person in the Graduate School on 30th March in TR2.
- March 27, 2023 - March 30, 2023
- Online on MS Teams - 6th March at 12noon- 12.30 for 30 mins In person - 9th March 10am-13.00 (3 hours)
- 12:00 - 13:00
Discover how you approach complex challenges in this and receive your Thinking Profile at this workshop.
Where does FourSight come from? In the early 1990s, Distinguished Professor Gerard J. Puccio, Ph.D., of the State University of New York (SUNY) College at Buffalo, began to investigate the correlation between individual behavior and creative problem-solving preference. Over the next ten years, he put his theory through rigorous testing and validation studies. The result, the “FourSight Thinking Profile,” is a scientific way to measure people’s thinking preferences
FourSight Thinking Profile measures thinking preferences, where you gain and lose energy when you try to solve a complex challenge. Each of the FourSight profiles has its own strengths and blind spots. This goal of this tool is to help you understand how your thinking preferences affect our decision making, your perceptions, your stress levels and your interactions with others. Self-awareness helps you solve challenges more effectively.
Prior to the workshop, we will hold a short online session on the 6th March from 12noon to 12.30pm using MS Teams. At this session, you will learn about FourSight and find out how to complete the questionnaire prior to attending the workshop.
Please note attending this session is required before the In Person workshop.
Please note this course has individual assessment costs per student so if you are not able to attend, please free up your space ahead of completing the self-assessment tool.
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