Red Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono

Red Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono - Red Hat Thinking...

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Red Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats Within Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats process, Red Hat Thinking focuses on feelings, hunches, gut instinct, and intuition. Red Hat Thinking should last no longer than 30 seconds and is best described in one to two words. Red Hat Thinking gives validity to feelings and intuition and doesn't require any explanation. Red Hat Thinking may be used more than once within a Six Thinking Hats sequence to gauge feelings, for example, after new White Hat Thinking is presented, and it is not uncommon for Red Hat feelings to change throughout Six Hat Thinking. The Red Hat Thinking may be used to measure buy-in or commitment after a decision has been made. Red Hat Thinking is also a helpful tool used to sort or prioritize new ideas generated during Green Hat Thinking . Red Hat Thinking: Signaling feelings Red Hat Thinking is very valuable because it makes clear that intuition, feelings, and emotions are going to be expressed as such. There is no need to pretend that they are
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