Analytical skill is the ability to visualize, articulate, and solve both intricate and fundamental problems and concepts, and make decisions that make sense based on available information. Such skills include demonstration of the ability to apply logical thinking to gathering and analyzing information, designing and testing solutions to problems, and formulating plans. Most people who think of analytical skills think they are merely one’s skills regarding numbers however, there’s more to it than just that. There’s been a growing focus on analytical skills and people’s ability to find solutions for problems of advanced complexity. Analytical skills are extremely important in every facet of every single job available. Thus, analytical skills training is necessary for all people to solve many critical problems and find highly creative solutions.

Have there been times when you are flooded with information and new knowledge? Unsure how to assess the credibility of new information? Not confident about your problem solving skills? Analytical thinking helps you compare sets of data from different sources; identify possible cause and effect patterns, logical thinking and draw appropriate conclusions from the datasets in order to arrive at appropriate solutions.

Analytical skills are essential in the workplace to ensure necessary problem solving techniques to keep productivity and other areas of the workforce functioning smoothly. If you worry that your analytical skills are not up to par, never fear. They can be created with time and reliable practice. Like a muscle, the more you utilize it, the more grounded it gets.

Bodhih’s "Analytical Skills Training'' is specifically geared for those employees who play a pivotal support role in a fast-paced, information-rich work environment.

Key Learning Points:

Pre-assessment of your analytical-thinking skills

Survey of analytical skills that are relevant to administrative professionals

Understanding and adapting your personal problem-solving style

Uses and abuses of numerical data - knowing what to look for

Uses and abuses of charts and graphs - avoiding ambiguity and "visual manipulation"

Detecting logical errors, weak arguments and false conclusions

Analytical techniques to support decision-making

Analytical techniques to support risk analysis

Rapid calculating and estimating techniques

Tools and techniques for identifying root causes of problems

Learning Areas from this Training Program

Making real-time decisions by rapidly assessing the facts and assumptions

Identifying logical errors, false conclusions, and unsubstantiated assertions

Eliciting information from others using tactful and insightful questioning techniques

Using a structured framework to assist in problem solving

Detecting and taking definitive action to prevent potential problems

Ideal or Useful for:

Managers (All Levels)

Team Leaders


All those who want to enhance their analytical thinking skills

Ideal Group Size

15 Participants

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