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Staff believes that managers are very busy with their work, and they do not have timeto consult with their team members.Most respondents could not articulate exactly what other teams in the organisation doand felt their team worked more than others.Most respondents did not know the difference between creativity and innovation.Staff believes that there is not a culture of problem-solving in the organisation. Staff felt that decision making is slow and, often, not as effective as it should be.Staff identified the following areas as learning priorities: effective communication, data analysis and evaluation, problem-solving, innovative and creative thinking.1.Based on your report and the summary of feedback outlined above, determine six (6) key initiatives (including 2-3 learning opportunities) to create a work environment thatencourages critical and creative thinking in the organisation.Record the selected initiatives in the action plan provided in Template 3. Complete all parts of the action plan.Template 3 -Action PlanBSBCRT511 - Develop critical thinking in others V3 2021Page 12 RTO Provider: 91153 - CRICOS Code: 02672Kgreenwichcollege.edu.au
InitiativeTimeline for implementationEstimated costResponsibility(Departmental Manager)The staff members to be contractable and available for communication during working hoursFor one monthCommunicati onObserving the team membersThe staff members agrees to notify his orher insurer of WFH arrangements and provide the name of the insurer companyWithin the next weekInsuranceManagerAworking from home arrangement must be cost neutral of the companyWithin the next monthCostFinancial departmentConstant companionshipFor six monthFacility to staffAdminstration2.Write a social media post to promote one of the learning opportunities identified in your action plan to departmental managers. The post can be as simple as the content + picture.Document the social media post in the space provided below.3.Write a newsletter article for the monthly newsletter to articulate the key features of critical and creative thinking.Content:Benefits of critical and creative thinking and why they matterKey features of critical and creative thinkingExample of critical and creative thinkingThe article must be:InformativeEngagingCreative(150-250 words)Copy and paste your article in Template 4. Add pictures and/or links to external resources as needed.BSBCRT511 - Develop critical thinking in others V3 2021Page 13 RTO Provider: 91153 - CRICOS Code: 02672Kgreenwichcollege.edu.au
Template 4 -Newsletter articleMonthly Newsletter➢Benefits of critical and creative thinking•It encourage the curiosity.•It encourage thecreativity.•It reinforce theproblem solving ability.•It’s a multi facted practice.•It foster interdependency.