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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Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI®)

Typical characteristics would include the ability to be bhdi, holistic and synthesizing in the Upper Right D quadrant and interpersonal, emotional and spiritual in the Lower Right C quadrant. This profile is characterized by two distinctly opposing thinking processes: This profile is characterized by its distinctly opposing thinking processes: The secondaries are represented by the Upper Right A quadrant, logical, analytical, and rational modes and the Lower Left B quadrant: This person would be seen as logical, rational and analytical, with some capabilities for administrative and detailed activities.

Then there is the guy way out on his own at the top. This profile is a double dominant profile with the two primaries falling in the Lower Left B and Lower Right C quadrants. The tertiary score in Lower Left B quadrant would indicate lack of natural inclination and possible avoidance of administrative, organized and controlled aspects.

This can translate into an ability to move seamlessly from quadrant to quadrant and mode to teat as the situation requires.

A tertiary preference in the Lower Right Hbei quadrant would be demonstrated by a lack of preference for interpersonal, emotional and spiritual modes of thinking. One advantage of having a singular dominant profile is that there is relatively little internal conflict. 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.


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This profile is typical of many personnel and human resource professionals, including teachers, as well as those whose occupations require an understanding and ability to function on many levels. The two remaining quadrants are expressed as tertiaries.

The hbdu financial trends” aspect is interesting as I do have an unhealthy obsession with figures and what they potentially mean. The primary preferences occur across all of the four quadrants. It would also be likely to demonstrate sensory intuition or gut feelings. For example 1 2 2 1.

HBDI Employee Assessment

This special webkey allows you to begin again where you left off. This profile ubdi a singular dominant profile with the most preferred quadrant being the Lower Right C quadrant. Occupations that would be typical of persons with this profile would include artists, sales representatives, entrepreneurs, human resource professionals, teachers and trainers.

This area will be used by the assessor to leave comments related to this criterion. How are their preferences similar or different from yours?

The Lower Left B quadrant is a secondary preference. Any major changes could affect their assessment results.

The degree to which anyone of the three primaries, A, B or D, became the lead quadrant would depend on the relative preference for that quadrant. It may indicate emotion, and perhaps interest in music and a sense of spirituality. I have come to realise that my brain processes information a little different to the norm.

The combination of these two preferences can be very powerful if the Lower Left B permits the more imaginative, creative Upper Right D to make its special contribution. The secondary in the Lower Left B quadrant would, typically, be functional in terms of organization, administrative responsibilities and control, yet it is distinctly secondary to the right modes.

Thirty to fifty percent greater preference for one of the three would tend to make that quadrant visibly preferred in terms of style. Edit rating Delete rating. They are grouped as above: Occupations would include positions which would be technically or financially oriented with a strong preference for people interaction or an interpersonal focus, such as investment counselors, technical trainers or social service lawyers.


The Upper Left A quadrant is expressed as a tertiary. Both Upper and Lower modes can experience on the other hand a sense of two distinct mental perspectives as they look at the world.

My HBDI profile & what it says about me.

This person’s most visible preferences would be logical, analytic, rational, quantitative and technical processing with some secondary tendencies towards organizing and synthesizing.

Please allow emails from this email address office hbdi. Individuals with this profile can have the ability to teet to the listener if they are so motivated.

Occupations would, typically, include technical, scientific or financial professions in which interfacing with people is a relatively low priority. Work that is considered a “Turn On” would include: The Lower Left B secondary quadrant would be functional, yet clearly of less preference in terms of organizing,control,structure and conservative thinking styles. 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.

This is a double dominant profile with the two most preferred modes of processing occurring in the Upper Left A and Lower Left B quadrants. Tarabishy will help students interpret their results by using tools based on the Whole Brain Model to increase awareness and comfort with different thinking preferences. In particular, preferences for logical, analytical, quantitative modes of thinking in the Upper Left A quadrants, along with integrative, synthesizing, imaginative and holistic aspects of the Upper Right D quadrant are exhibited.

The Lower Left features control,structure,planning,organizing,and conservative modes of processing. The Upper modes may, for example, be as comfortable with facts, data and theory A as with conceptual frameworks and intuitive insights D.

I think most of us do this as a matter of course and perhaps subconsciously.