The Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) is a system to measure and describe The format of the instrument is a question online test, which claims to determine which of the model’s four styles of thinking is a dominant. This activity includes an online test and an online follow up class. plan for a 90 Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument Assessment (HBDI). If you carry out the following on-line test, you can easily and quickly determine your brain hemisphere dominance, i.e. are you left or right brain dominant. The
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Characteristics associated with this quadrant include creative, imaginative, holistic, synthesizing and integrative processing. People with this profile are typically found in occupations such as entrepreneurs, facilitators, advisers, consultants, sales oriented leaders, and artists.
This profile would be further characterized by the lack of preference for the holistic, conceptual, and synthesizing modes of processing found in the Upper Right D quadrant, which is expressed as a tertiary.
The person with this profile would feel this distinct difference in their approach to work,communications, decision making and life experiences. While these processing modes are relatively well balanced and functional, the singular preference for quadrant B would represent the primary mode of thinking for this profile.
Based on the HBDI Assessment and Whole Brain model, Herrmann International and its global affiliates offer consulting and solutions including workshops, programs, books and games to improve personal or group communication, creativity, and other benefits. In case you do see the link: Provided by KONA, the Whole Brained Business model is simple to understand and receives universal support from participants who learn it.
This profile has two tertiary preferences, the Upper Left A quadrant, logical, analytical, and rational modes and the Lower Left B quadrant, organized, administrative, and controlled modes.
As you can see, I am very strong in my artistic thinking style with a heavy emphasis on maths.
His theory was based on theories of the modularity of cognitive functions, including well-documented specializations in the brain’s cerebral cortex and limbic systems, and the research into left-right brain hbci by Roger Wolcott SperryRobert OrnsteinHenry Mintzbergand Michael Gazzaniga.
Members gain a new perspective on how to recognize, access and apply their individual and collective strengths to reach the desired results. The primary in the C quadrant would equally show itself by interpersonal skills and sensitivity to feelings. The primary in C is characterized by interpersonal, emotional and spiritual aspects.
A study published in the peer reviewed Creativity Research Journal in by J. This page was last edited on 17 Mayat In this profile, the processing modes of Upper Left A and Lower Left B would clearly be the most preferred; the interpersonal, emotional and spiritual modes of Lower Right C and the holistic, creative and synthesizing modes of Upper Right D would be at the secondary level, yet functional.
Or the way you need them to be to take your business forward? Edit criterion description Delete criterion row This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Description of criterion view longer description Range threshold: The image below is a plot of where we all sit. The contrast is both left vs. The Upper Left A quadrant is expressed as a tertiary.
Consider your interests and successes in your professional and personal life. Coupled with this would be the interpersonal,emotional and spiritual aspects of Lower Right C. He said that everyone in the room pretty much goes in a straight line to the destination, being the result we are after, then there was me, who took a rather unusual destination unlike anyone else, but still arrived at the destination.
This profile also indicates a clear secondary preference in the Lower Left B quadrant.
My HBDI profile & what it says about me.
Occupations of people with this profile typically include secretaries, foreman, office managers, bookkeepers, manufacturers, and business administrators — occupations that typically require highly planned, organized, structured, and detailed work activities leading to specific results. The characteristics of this profile would be logical, analytical and rational in Upper Left A; controlled, conservative and organized in Lower Left B.
These right mode primaries become the more visible owing to the absence of strong left mode qualities ie. Occupations would involve those with little administrative detail and more attention to technical or financial aspects of work with a strong preference for people interaction or an interpersonal focus such as investment counselors, technical trainers, or social service lawyers.
This allows the individuals to move through their three dominant modes somewhat seamlessly, looking at all of the perspectives before making a decision. Tarabishy guest speaker, GWU School of Business will help students interpret their results by using tools based on the Whole Brain Model to increase awareness and comfort with different thinking preferences.
The Upper Right D quadrant is the least preferred of the four thinking styles. This is the general descriptor for my results: This group has access to a certain thinking flexibility that comes from the multi-dominant nature hbfi their thinking process.
Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument
These quadrants can play the role of relay station to facilitate thinking processes. Occupations typical of this profile would include those in technical fields, computer design, finance analysts, physicists or research and development.
This profile is characterized by two distinctly opposing thinking processes: