Does the candidates thought pattern fit with the job requirements, both under preference and under stress?
This test assesses the candidate’s Thinking Patterns & Brain Energy. The test concerns the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI). It concerns an American study of the thinking dominances used, both under stress and preference conditions. This research provides insight into the naturally present brain energy that can be used to perform tasks. The HBDI provides insight into whether the candidate can optimally fulfil the position / role / task, the communication style and it provides adequate insight into the direction of development.
The HBDI is also used in team optimisation, for which we also provide guidance, focused on group thinking and diversity. The test measures two thinking patterns; graphical representation of a preferred thought pattern and a graphical representation of the stressed thought pattern. In team composition it measures the positive and possible negative team influences.