Not everyone wants to get into problems, but problems come in our life, so you must have the skills to solve any problem. So, today in this article I am going to share how to develop your problem-solving skills which will be helpful for you in any field.

What is problem? - As per the Oxford Dictionary (1995), a problems is, "A doubtful or difficult matter requiring a solution"
The aim of problem solving is to recognize the obstacles and remove them in order to achieve the goals.
How to Develop Problem Solving Skills

How to solve Problem

A level of rational thinking is required to solve a problem. When faced with a problem, the logical steps to follow are:

  • Step 1: Identify the problem
  • Step 2: Study the problem in detail
  • Step 3: List all possible solutions 
  • Step 4: Select the best solution
  • Step 5: implement the chosen solution
  • Step 6: Check that the problem has really been solved

Important Traits For Problem Solving

Highly developed problem solving skills are important for both business owners and their employees. The following personality traits play a large role in solving problems effectively:
  • Being open minded 
  • Being proactive 
  • Having a positive attitude 
  • Asking the right questions
  • Not panicking 
  • Focusing on the right problem 

How to Assess for problem solving skills

As an entrepreneur, it would be good to assess the level of solving skills of potential candidates before hiring them. Some ways of assessing skills are thought out:

Application Forms: Ask for proof of the candidate's problem solving skills in the applications form.

Psychometric Tests: Give potential candidates logical reasoning and critical thinking tests and see how they fare.

Interviews: Create hypothetical problematic situations or raise ethical questions and see how the candidates responds.

Technical Questions: Give candidates examples of real life problems and evaluate their thought process.

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