Profiling

While many of our solutions have integrated within them a profiling segment to deepen the learnings, profiling as a stand-alone learning solution is a deep immersion into varying levels of understanding oneself, team development and/ or a leadership exercise that can be undertaken by teams.

A must if you are managing a virtual team in any capacity or where your team extensively collaborates with other teams to deliver solutions for your customer.

Our E-Disc Profiling solutions can be customised for you and rolled out at the:

  • Individual level
  • Work Pair Level
  • Team level
  • Divisional level, and;
  • Organisational level

 Our HBDI Profiling Solution can be customised for you and rolled out at the:

  • Individual level
  • Work Pair Level
  • Team level

We can equally complete Surveys as well as open 360-degree assessments to give you a complete view of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threat existing within the people layer of your organisation or division.

Extended DISC  

Extended DISC solutions are very popular and their success is based on their strong ability to provide information to make better decisions. Too often assessments tell us what we already know: “Oh yes, that’s me.” If a tool only provides information that the user is already aware of, it has very limited value.

Extended DISC solutions are designed to provide information that makes an impact, is actionable and, most importantly, has a positive impact on performance.

Extended DISC Solutions

·        Extended DISC® Individual Assessments

·        Extended DISC® Work Pair Analysis

·        Extended DISC® Team Analysis

·        Extended DISC® Open 360°

·        Extended DISC® Reasoning Analysis

·        Extended DISC® Surveys

·        Extended DISC® Organizational Analysis

Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI)

 The foundation of thinking agility, cognitive diversity and innovative thinking.

The HBDI® is a powerful psychometric assessment that defines and describes the degree to which we think in the four quadrants of the Whole Brain® Model. The data helps us adapt our thinking preferences to communicate effectively, improve decision making and problem solving.

After completing the survey, the person receives a comprehensive HBDI® Profile report that includes in-depth interpretation of the results, reference material about the Whole Brain® Model, comparison data, and activities for further exploration and development.

You also have access to the HBDI® app for immediate insight and application upon completion of the survey.

It provides the bases for Whole Brain® Thinking and all of our learning programs based on the Whole Brain® Model.

HBDI® PROFILES FOR PAIRS AND TEAMS

A catalyst for team alignment, collaboration and productivity, the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI®) Team Profile™ provides a composite view of the similarities and differences in team member thinking preferences. Using this information, the group can make adjustments to greatly improve processes, outputs and outcomes.

HBDI® Pair Profile

The Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI®) Pair Profile™ provides a comprehensive analysis and insights about the similarities and differences in the way two people think. The pair is able to uncover and appreciate their similarities, see the benefits of their differences, and learn techniques for working optimally together—for a better relationship, better performance and better results.

Myers Briggs Typology Indicator (MBTI)

·        The MBTI® instrument does not evaluate mental health; there are no bad or unhealthy results.

·        The MBTI instrument sorts individuals into opposite categories, both of which are desirable. Many instruments measure the amount or degree of a trait, such as shyness or detail-orientation. Usually, it is desirable to have more or less of a trait, whereas with the MBTI instrument both categories are desirable.

·        The MBTI instrument does not compare your results to those of other people; it does not evaluate you by comparing you to any normal or pathological standard.

·        The MBTI instrument describes the interaction between all preferences also called type dynamic to create a whole type pattern rather than just adding up the qualities of each separate preference.

·        The MBTI instrument allows you to determine your own personality type through a personal verification process, leaving the final assessment of your type in your hands.