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When people come together, conflicts and misunderstandings are bound to occur. The workplace is one example where problems or issues are not only recognized within the team, but also among teams working in the same organization. Different perspectives and different approaches in solving problems and making decisions can be barriers that hinder a positive workplace. This can be traced back to different thinking styles among the team members.

In Whole Brain® Model, the core idea is about varied perspectives and different ways of thinking which will ultimately lead to better outcomes, including more effective decision-making, innovation and higher productivity. Differences can be tolerated and celebrated if we seek to understand the thinking style preferences of each team member.

Whole Brain® Thinking and the HBDI® seeks to provide the tools to create, sustain or change culture because it provides a framework for building a common language. In this way we’re better able to understand and communicate with each other within the organization. The core of Whole Brain® Thinking lies in the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI®). More than 3 decades of research and innovation stand behind the validity of the HBDI®. Over two-million people worldwide have undergone HBDI® analysis. It is used by over one third of all Fortune 100 companies. The HBDI® is not just another assessment tool—it picks up where other assessment tools leave off.

Join other professionals like you on May 24-25, 2021 for the workshop, Becoming a Whole Brain Leader With HBDI to equip you to meet the challenges of the modern leaders and the realities (that keep on changing dramatically) they are facing during this Covid-19 pandemic.

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