Are your people’s preferred thinking styles getting in the way of their effectiveness?
The Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI)® is a powerful psychometric assessment that defines and describes the degree to which we think in the four quadrants of the Whole Brain® Model.
You may have heard about HBDI testing and believe it’s the right profiling test for your team. But is it really? As experts in HBDI, MBTI and DISC, we won’t sell you a profiling test unless it’s perfect for your needs.Request your HBDI test now
Is HBDI testing right for you?
Discover the thinking styles of your people
Where DISC Personality Tests focus on how we behave, HBDI Tests focus on how we think.
Experts in HBDI & other forms of testing
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95% of Fortune 500 companies use HBDI
There’s a reason why Microsoft in Australia puts every new recruit through an HBDI test during their induction.Download a sample report
Delivering flexibility and insight no matter your industry
HBDI tests have the power to support organisations from all industry sectors to match their people’s thinking styles to their customers. For example, it helped Bendigo Bank skyrocket its customer satisfaction ratings far beyond the ratings achieved by the other ‘big banks’.
Improve the performance of your team and their results
HBDI insights offer multiple benefits, such as improving how your people think and approach opportunities and challenges, increasing productivity, reducing conflict, enhancing communication and decision-making, and much more.
How your employees communicate with each other and with your customers can affect the overall productivity and success of your organisation.
Myers Briggs (MBTI) is The World’s Most Popular Personality Profiling Tool for Organisations. Over 75% of the Fortune 500 have used Myers Briggs through their business.
The HBDI® Test is a powerful psychometric assessment that defines and describes the degree to which we Think in the four quadrants of the Whole Brain® Model.