Decision Making 101: Facts vs. Opinions
Learning & Development,
Separating facts from opinions is a critical component of good decision-making. Facts are defined as “statements supported by verifiable evidence.” Opinions are beliefs or personal judgments that cannot be supported by verifiable proof. This course will discuss the different types of facts and how careful observation of hard evidence is essential to making good choices. We’ll look at the various opinions and the importance of knowing how to differentiate between what is factual and what is opinion-based.
What you’ll learn
- Separate facts from opinions in making good decisions.
- Define characteristics of facts and opinions.
- Differentiate between factual and opinion-based information.