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Whole Brain Thinking

Cross Your Leadership Chasm

Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) & WHOLE BRAIN THINKING (WBT)

Summary:

In a modern digital economy, people change jobs often. Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that more than one million people have changed jobs in the last 12 months. Employers want to hire the right employee but a good resume and a series of interviews may not guarantee them the right employee. It is a gamble and an expensive affair. Employers would be doing a disservice to themselves and their new employees if they have not figured out who they’ve really hired from a Whole Brain Thinking (WBT) perspective. While there is no right or wrong thinking preference, being aware of one’s thinking style is the key to thrive in a modern and diverse workforce. when they are under stress and at other times will allow for a better understanding of self and the team thus increasing employee’s effectiveness and reducing unnecessary employee attrition.

We use the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI®) Assessment tool and Whole Brain Thinking (WBT®) preference model in our career coaching program to improve job fit, clear communication, and conflict resolution to reduce conflicts in a world of contrasting communication styles. Additionally, the team profile assessment will help leaders in organizations to have strategies to adapt to the employee’s thinking styles.

Ultimately, HBDI & WBT is geared towards producing a win: win strategy for both the employer and the employee to create highly engaged and high-performing teams.

 

Aim: To equip individuals and teams to get better results when they can strategically leverage the full spectrum of thinking available. Everyone has access to all four quadrants but to varying degrees.  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.

Intended Operations: Attendees will be required to take up an online assessment prior to attending 2-day workshops. We recommend a class size of 8-12 people to create an engaging workshop experience through peer reviews and role-plays.

 

On successful completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Understand different Thinking styles and how they influence decision making and problem-solving approaches;
  • Ability to employ Whole Brain Thinking techniques to manage relationships
  • Develop skills to identify and adapt to communication styles with the others
  • Develop strategies on how to react under stressful situations.
  • Apply team-building techniques to develop & facilitate teamwork and cohesion;
  • Understand the different methods that can be employed to communicate during job interviews.
  • Provide constructive feedback to others in a structured and effective manner using their Thinking preferences.

 

Who should attend our workshops?

  • Early-in-Career Employees who’d want to thrive in their current job
  • Passive job seekers who are looking to make career changes or looking for a new job
  • Dysfunctional team and newly formed teams (Leadership change, diverse teams, project delays)
  • Displaced or impacted employees (due to company restructuring or COVID-19 related job losses)
  • Returning to work employees – Those who’ve had a career break or took time off to start a family

 

Intended Operations: Attendees will be required to take up an online assessment prior to attending 2-day workshops. We recommend a class size of 8-12 people to create an engaging workshop experience through peer reviews and role-plays.