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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Provided by KONA, the Whole Brained Business model is simple to understand and receives universal support from participants who learn it. In both tfst model and the actual brain, all iteration between these two modes must go through another brain structure first.

Consider your interests and successes in your professional and personal life. A study published in the peer reviewed Creativity Research Journal in by J. They are grouped as above: Perceptions and decision making tend to be predictable, coherent and comfortable. The Upper Right is holistic, conceptual, creative and synthesizing.

On one occasion they may be quite controlled and structured; in another situation quite loose and free-wheeling. Such multiple preference also facilitates interaction with others.

Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI Test)

The secondaries are represented by the Upper Left A quadrant, logical, analytical, and rational modes and the Lower Left B quadrant, hdi, administrative and controlled modes. This profile is characterized by the D quadrant primary aspect of imaginative, artistic, holistic and conceptual processing and the C quadrant aspect of interpersonal, emotional and spiritual modes of thinking.

tesf Ultimately, it can lead to a very well integrated person. Seems fair enough, but it certainly isn’t what I do for a living, although my creative mind does come into it given the scope I have to do my job role with a great deal of autonomy. Occupations typical of this profile are not clearly evident, although positions requiring capabilities in both evaluation and design such as: Use of that metaphor brought later criticism by brain researchers such as Terence Hines for being overly simplistic, however the metaphorical construct has proven effective in a variety of organizational contexts, especially for business and government.

On the plus side, the person bhdi learns to integrate his functioning has an enormously powerful combination of abilities. Work that is considered a “Turn On” would include: This profile is also double dominant in the cerebral modes, both left and right.


The solid line is my result and the the dotted line is where you think when under stress. This can translate into a sense of conflict, both internally and when interacting with others. I’ll write free-form comments when assessing students. Measurements that require people to state preferences between terms have received criticism.

The Upper Right D quadrant, characteristic of holistic, imaginative, synthesizing and integrative processes, would be tertiary or of low preference. The Upper modes may, for example, hest as comfortable with facts, data and theory A as with conceptual frameworks and intuitive insights D. This profile is the profile of a clearly logical, analytical, mathematical and rational person.

Jbdi Lower Right C quadrant is characteristic of interpersonal, emotion, and intuitive thinking modes and would be functional yet secondary. Occupations typical of this profile would include researchers particularly physicists, financial consultants or advisers, design engineers and many in top executive positions in technical or financial business where futures-oriented strategic thinking is a major work requirement.

That guy is me. Occupations would involve those with less administrative detail and more attention to broad concepts, strategic planning as compared to operational planning and those occupations tending towards a more ‘generalized’ nature. This profile features double dominant profiles in the right mode with the most preferred quadrants being the Lower Right C quadrant and Upper Right D quadrant.

The Lower Right C quadrant, characteristic of interpersonal, emotional, and intuitive thinking modes, would be functional, yet secondary. 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 are of interest.

The tertiary preference in the Lower Left B and Upper Right D quadrants would be demonstrated respectively by a lack of preference in the B quadrant for organizing, control, structure, conservative thinking styles and in the D quadrant for holistic, creative, and synthesizing modes of thinking. The secondaries represent the Upper Right A quadrant, logical, analytical, and rational modes and the Upper Right D quadrant holistic, creative,and conceptual modes of processing.

Occupations hbdu 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.

It is also typical of senior executives in operating and strategic positions in technical organizations. Such occupations would include technical positions such as design engineers, researchers and those making both conceptual and quantitative text. Also artistic professions requiring planning, organizing and administrative functions.


Assessment – Herrmann Solutions

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Jbdi however, life may not be so harmonious. People with this profile are typically, entrepreneurs, facilitators, advisers, consultants, salesoriented leaders, and artists. My scores in the other 2 quadrants are still quite high, which apparently shows that I can comfortably think in any area.

It is supposed to help you understand how others think and how you would adapt or alter your thinking to the listener so they will relate better. This profile occurs frequently in the population at large, with only a relatively slight difference in the male and female population.

Chemistry, engineering, legal occupations would be those of great interest. The secondaries represent the Upper Right A quadrant, logical, analytical, and rational modes and the Lower Right C quadrant, interpersonal and emotional modes. 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.

Occupations would, typically, include technical, scientific or financial professions in which interfacing with people is a relatively low priority. This profile is a double dominant profile, with the two most preferred modes of processing occurring in the Lower Right C and Upper Right D quadrants.

The person with this profile would feel this distinct difference in their approach to work, communications, decision making and life experiences. I think most of us do this as a matter of course and perhaps subconsciously. This section contains descriptions of the 40 most frequently occurring profiles. The Lower Left B quadrant is a secondary preference.

The clear secondary and tertiary preferences of the cerebral modes, Upper Left A and Upper Right D, are also characteristic of this profile with logical and analytical processing in the Upper Left A quadrant representing a easily accessible style of thinking,but less preferred.

This would further make evident the preference for the B quadrant since these two quadrants are opposing. Unleash Your Thinking Potential Get the employee assessment that helps you develop agility, diversity, and innovation of thinking.

The primary preferences occur across all of the four quadrants.