HBDI® Assessment 

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Whole Brain® Thinking is a methodology designed to help individuals, teams and organizations make the best use of all of the thinking available to them. The assessment defines and describes the way we think so that we can adapt our thinking preferences to communicate effectively, improve relationships, decision making and problem solving.

We all have thinking preferences. Without the awareness of those preferences, we default into the way we process information and communicate with others. With the incredible awareness and education this assessment and debrief provide, you are immediately able to bring that awareness into your professional and personal communications to develop better solutions and deliver better results.

HBDI® Assessment Special For Après Community

I'm such a fan of this assessment and the results it can produce for you that I'm offering it to the women of Après at a deep discount. I'm offering the HBDI® Assessment plus a Personalized 1.5 Hour Debrief Session over the phone or video conference.

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An Introduction to Whole Brain® Thinking

Whole Brain® Thinking focuses on showing people how to use their whole brain—not just the parts with which they feel most comfortable. It acknowledges that while different tasks require different mental processes, and different people prefer different kinds of thinking, organizations will get better results when they can strategically leverage the full spectrum of thinking available.

Although someone may prefer certain kinds of thinking over others, everyone has access to all four quadrants. Applying Whole Brain® Thinking means being able to fully leverage one’s own preferences, stretch to other quadrants when necessary, and adapt to and take advantage of the preferences of those around you to improve performance and results.

It is the basis for the highly validated Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI®), the assessment at the heart of the Herrmann Whole Brain® Thinking System.
 

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