Just imagine really discovering yourself, knowing what motivates and inspires you, what makes you” tick” and why. Now what if you could also have clear insight into how your spouse, family, friends, colleagues, clients and your boss think and know how to communicate effectively with them. Furthermore you could apply the same insight to your company and know which obstacles are preventing you from fully reaching your goals.
Is this only a dream? No, it is not. All of this, and much, much more is possible through conducting the revolutionary and simple NBI™ Assessment tools on your computer in the comfort of your office or home.
Scores of people across the globe have already benefitted from the Neethling Brain Instruments™ (NBI™), the most comprehensive battery of whole brain creativity instruments in the world.
NBI™ assessment tools enable individuals and organizations to discover and apply their hidden potential. An NBI™ assessment provides powerful insight into an individual's thinking preferences. Rather than education or developed skills attributes, personality characteristics, experience and qualifications, these didactic tools assess a person's thinking preferences.
By focusing on thinking preferences, a whole brain approach allows individuals and organizations to think more creatively. It assists and stimulates thinking agility. Creative thinking in turn, results in organizational vision, strategic planning and effective navigational decision-making.
There are currently more than 20 different NBI™ profiles for a wide range of personal and business applications. Once implemented, these assessment tools allow individuals and organizations to enhance their effectiveness, productivity, and performance.
Applying the information gained from the use of these instruments, enables you to develop strategies that will sustain creativity and positive thinking in your personal as well as your professional life. Yes, you will be able to identify the essence of problems and apply creative solutions immediately.
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