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Critical thinking is the ability to analyze and effectively break down an issue in order to make a decision or find a solution. At the heart of critical thinking is the ability to formulate deep, different, and effective questions. Join speaker, Alexis Redmond, an introvert and attorney, who has learned to channel her ability to question, process, and reflect on issues to uncover new opportunities for teams and organizations. During this session, participants will explore effective questioning, how to start being wrong without defensiveness, strategies to avoid falling into groupthink, and tips to ask thoughtful, even difficult, follow-up questions.
Speaker: Alexis Redmond, JD, MA, CAE
Alexis has spent the last eight years as an association executive and has worked with nonprofit organizations for over a decade. She has a diverse background in law, volunteer management, professional development, marketing, and sales. Alexis has spent seven years with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) before taking over leadership of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association. She is a 2022 Association TRENDS Young and Aspiring Professional, 2020-2022 ASAE Diversity Executive Leadership Scholar, a 2019 Association Forum and USAE Forty under 40 award recipient, and a 2019 ASAE NextGen Scholar. Alexis is a licensed attorney with the State Bar of Michigan.
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