This instrument measures thinking preferences. Gaining insight into the way we prefer to think makes us more aware of and sensitive to the preferences of others.
Developing better relationships, making more dynamic contributions in the team and making sound and relevant decisions are but a few of the advantages of understanding your own thinking profile. Making more accurate job and career choices or determining the correct subject or study selections, could eventually lead to a more productive and fulfilled personal and professional life.
A person’s brain is divided into four different thinking quadrants: L1 – Analytical and factual; L2 – Organised and detailed; R2 – Interpersonal and sensitive; R1 – Strategic and unorthodox
Each of the four quadrants is further divided in two to give 8 distinct dimensions to a person’s thinking preference.
The Brain Profile gives an indication of how you act towards other people, do business, communicate, learn, teach, solve problem; form relationships, play sport etc.
The NBI Assessments will take 15-25 minutes to complete and includes a one hour consultation session where results and recommendations will be discussed. Consultation sessions are face-to-face and can be arranged via skype as well. Once you have purchased an assessment(s) you will receive a link from us via email which you can use to complete the test online. A consultation session will be booked once you have completed the assessment.