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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In sharp contrast to these three primaries is the low, avoidance level value for the Lower Right C quadrant. This tertiary, expressed in the Upper Left A, would tend to strengthen and make more visible the other three primaries.

The occupations typical of persons with this profile are technically, mathematically or financially based, with some working in the scientific, legal and middle management professions. Measurements that require people to state preferences between terms have received criticism.

The secondary of this profile is in the Upper Right D quadrant, in which the characteristics of imaginative, holistic and synthesizing modes would be functional, yet clearly secondary in comparison with the primary left hemisphere modes.

BOTH the Upper and Lower dominant families of profiles unite distinct thinking processes in a synergistic interchange. They offer an enormous potential for a highly integrated, varied thinking process.

This profile features two primaries in hvdi right mode quadrants, Tesh and D, and two secondaries in the left mode hbxi, A and B. I’ll write free-form comments when assessing students Remove points from rubric Don’t post Outcomes results to Learning Mastery Gradebook Use this rubric for assignment grading Hide score total for assessment results Cancel Create Rubric.

Occupations with this profile would be those requiring a combination of logical and analytical problem solving coupled with imaginative and innovative thinking along with administrative and managerial duties. The secondaries represent the Upper Right A quadrant, logical, analytical, and rational modes and the Lower Right C quadrant, interpersonal and emotional modes. Another potential challenge may be the multitude of options these preferences provide, as career decisions or educations choices need to be made.


Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI Test)

Occupations would involve those with little administrative detail and more attention to technical or financial aspects of work with a strong preference for people interaction or an interpersonal focus such as investment counselors, technical trainers, or social service lawyers. Such multiple preference also facilitates interaction with others. The characteristics of the Lower Right C quadrant emotional, interpersonal and spiritual,would be visibly lacking or even avoided as this is expressed as a tertiary.


Ultimately, it can lead to a very well integrated person. The characteristics of the Lower Left quadrant B, with its more controlled, conservative and structured modes of thinking, coupled with the interpersonal, emotional hbdj spiritual aspects of the Lower Right quadrant C, would visibly be lacking or even avoided.

Chemistry, engineering, legal occupations would be those of great interest.

Lower Right C interpersonal, emotional and intuitive thinking modes combined with the artistic, creative and holistic processing modes of the Upper Right D quadrant. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Skip gest footer info kona. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

The person with this profile would clearly prefer the interpersonal, emotional,musical and spiritual aspects of this quadrant. Set the stage for intact and cross-functional team success executive, sales, marketing, project-specific, strategic planning, etc. A person with this profile would exhibit very creative, imaginative, intuitive, emotional and interpersonal qualities without any strong inclinations for rational thinking or organized implementation.

Tarabishy guest speaker, GWU School of Business will help students interpret hbdk results by using tools based on the Whole Brain Model to increase awareness and comfort with different thinking preferences. This person would be text to yest seen as imaginative, holistic, conceptual and synthesizing in their thinking style. This profile is frequently that of professionals in the human resource area, sales persons, teachers, social workers, entrepreneurs, nurses and artists.


Occupations typical of this profile would include human resource professionals and those in counseling and helping positions particularly when there is a heavy administrative load.

Synthesizing would likely be the most preferred thinking style. Coupled with this would be the interpersonal,emotional and spiritual aspects of Lower Right C. The tertiary score in Lower Left B quadrant would indicate lack of natural inclination and possible avoidance of administrative, organized and controlled aspects.

Mike Beckerleg Partner, Hatch Solutions. Consider your interests and successes in your professional and personal life. This area will be used by the assessor to leave comments related to this criterion. The Upper Left quadrant A is least preferred,but still the person is, typically,quite functional in their use of the logical and analytical aspects of this quadrant.

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.

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Herrmann offered creativity workshops based on leveraging all the quadrants within the Whole Brain Model, rather than focusing on physiological attributes. Individuals with this profile frequently exhibit the ability to switch back and forth between the two cerebral quadrants, as the situation demands.

This person’s most visible preferences would be logical, analytic, rational, quantitative and technical processing with some secondary tendencies towards organizing and synthesizing. Is your team thinking the way they always have?