Would it benefit your organization to gain deeper insights into how your team members and executives think, and how that affects their work styles and learning? That’s Whole Brain Thinking® (WBT), a methodology we specialize in at KnowledgeSources.
The Herrmann Brain Dominance Indicator (HBDI®) is a highly validated, highly reliable assessment at the heart of Whole Brain® Thinking developed by Herrmann International. It uncovers how we think and learn, and how this affects our communication, interactions, work processes and behaviors. It was originally developed at General Electric by Ned Herrmann, the head of management education at General Electric. The HBDI assessment was designed for solving problems with faster results in a business environment.
Peggy Decker, principal at KnowledgeSources, is a WBT expert, certified by Herrmann International to administer the HBDI, debrief clients on their profile report results, and consult with them on how to apply these insights to key areas of focus including:
Increase team productivity and capacity
Develop stronger customer relationships
Improve interpersonal communications
Build more cohesive, aligned teams
Solve problems in a more cohesive way
Create Whole Brain professional presentations and written communications
Develop learning programs to address all types of adult learners using multiple mediums
In addition, these results will inform Peggy’s careful selection of consultants and specialists who will work best with your organization in order to yield the best outcomes for your project.this video, Ann Herrmann-Nehdi discusses how to become more agile thinkers in today’s VUCA* world of fast moving technology and communications. Learn how to be deliberate in planning ahead to lead your thinking so the swirling world of tech doesn’t lead you. Learn how many of today’s inspirational and forward-thinking leaders are building their thinking agility and getting more conscious about how they apply their mental resources so they can lead successfully in a world of globalization, unpredictability and distractions.
* short for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, and a catchall for “Hey, it’s crazy out there!”
Read more about WBT at www.herrmannsolutions.com.