Lauren Behr is an Assistant Director at Hofstra’s Career Center, who recently wrote an interesting story for the Career Center blog. The story is based on the “Six Thinking Hats” theory from Edward De Bono and discussed further by Mindtools.com.
As blogged by Behr, below is the “Six Thanking Hats” ladder: “I would like to share this with you because it really changed the way I viewed decision-making and looking at the world from various perspectives. This way of thinking forces us to move outside of our comfort zone and view a situation and/or decision from various perspectives. Each hat represents a different style of thinking.”
And here is a video synopsis from Mindtools.com.