What you should know about your personal HBDI® profile
The HBDI® profile illustrates and explains the way you prefer to think, learn, communicate and make decisions.
As we interact with the world, different situations require different types of thinking. Understanding your personal thinking preferences will enable you to optimise your ability to adapt your thinking, decision-making or communication style to a given situation. It will also explain why it is easier to communicate with some people than it is with others. Your profile will cast light on why some elements of your education or work seem more effortless and satisfying and why some academic subjects, job functions or hobbies are more interesting and appealing to you.
Your profile is based on a metaphoric representation of the brain, distinguished by four quadrants of thinking preferences.
What the profile does and does not measure
Your HBDI® results indicate the degree of preference you have for each of the four quadrants of the Whole Brain Model®. All people have access to all four thinking styles.
The profile provides a ‘picture’ of the distribution of your mental preferences at this time in your life.
The HBDI® is not a test. There are no right or wrong answers and no ‘good’ or ‘bad’ profiles. The HBDI® does not measure intelligence, skill or competency. A low score in a given area does not indicate inability: frequently people are very able in areas where extra effort has to be made. However, your profile data will provide you with a better understanding of your strengths and potential development opportunities.
Documents that compose your profile
Your profile package includes the following elements:
Complete your HBDI® questionnaire online and get your profile results confidentially within 48h including a booklet containing four sections:
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Discover how your preferences affect the way you interact with the world in your own virtual classroom. It’s fun. It’s easy. And, it may drastically change the way you think about yourself and your world.