Add value and insight to:
- Team Building Strategies
- Creativity and Leadership
- Conflict Control and Resolution
- New Employee Selection (Job profiling and Candidate Assessment)
- Employee Retention
Focus on human resources
The current world of work depends not on physical or tangible resources, but on ‘human’ resources. Therefore, a business’s success lies in its ability to harness the skills, knowledge and insight of its employees, clients and suppliers.
Getting ahead of the pack
Insight into personal thinking preferences can put your business ahead of the pack on a variety of fronts and can be applied in almost any area of business, such as:
- staff retention
- team building
- conflict management.
For example, knowing the personal thinking preferences of a job applicant will give a very good indication of his or her suitability for a certain position. If your business is undergoing major change – such as implementing employment equity or refocusing on emerging markets – an understanding of thinking preferences can reveal existing paradigms and ways in which these should be shifted.
We are told we should lead by example. That is good advice unless that example is inflexible, one-sided and intolerant. The 21st century leader will need to be an 8 dimensional leader, a leader that understands the different brain preferences of his team and leads individuals in a way that would inspire them most. The starting point of this challenging (but exciting) journey is understanding your own leadership style and how this would impact on those you lead.
Using a combination of the NBI® and creativity coaches, we can tailor-make solutions to meet the specific needs of your business. Our team of international trainers is on standby to provide the necessary consultations and training.
Learn to do business with your whole brain.