BENZIGER THINKING STYLES ASSESSMENT PDF

However, many of those tools and models function in a way which is very similar to one another. This is a tool that approaches the topic from an entirely different direction, which may be just what you need to gain valuable information. In this assessment, Benziger identifies four brain types, each of which comes along with specific strengths and preferences. The four possibilities are as follows — Basal Left Frontal Right Frontal Left Of these four options, each person will have one of the four where they do their best work, so to speak. By pairing up people who operate best in a specific mode with a job that asks them to stay in that mode most of the time, performance can be optimized.

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The book enables the reader to perform a basic personality assessment using the Benziger model, which is highly illuminating. Outside of that one style, we may have strengths and weaknesses which are based on what competencies we have been exposed to, or developed, and indeed which competencies we have not been exposed to. Dr Benziger refers to the natural specialised area as the preferred thinking and behavioural mode. There is no right or wrong shape.

We do this because we feel comfortable with people whose mental preferences are like our own. As a rule people with such developed patterns find and make friends easiest, because there are simply more of them around than any other developed brain patterns.

Single-brained people and multi-dominant triple- and whole-brained people find it more difficult to find friends, especially close friends because, simply there are not many people who have developed so many modes. The search for a marriage and mating partner is different. Understanding your own brain type, and therefore strengths and weaknesses, is helpful for self-development, managing relationships, managing teams, and generally being as fulfilled in life as we can be.

Knowing your own strengths gives you confidence to take on responsibilities and projects in your own skill areas, and knowing your own weaknesses shows you where you need to seek help and advice. The Brain Type model also explains very clearly that hardly anyone is good at everything, and even those who are, have other issues and challenges that result from their multi-skilled nature. Share with.

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Benziger Personality Assessment

Megar What is, leads to, or produces results. The drivers in our motivation as individuals The difference in our individual motivational drivers Individual differences in our mental processing functions Through the intelligent use of the personality quiz we can gain valuable insights into how we function as individuals and particularly how, where and why we differ from each other in why we do things and how we think. Outside of that tthinking style, we may have strengths and weaknesses which are based on what competencies we have been exposed to, or developed, and indeed which competencies we have not been exposed to. It suggests that in addition to our natural strengths and behavioural patterns we aseessment our own individual method of learning. What is, is as described. Cautious, conservative, detailed, procedural, sequential Skills: Extraverts are more effective in very stimulating situations, situations in which a great deal is going on, in which there is a high volume of input.

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The book enables the reader to perform a basic personality assessment using the Benziger model, which is highly illuminating. Outside of that one style, we may have strengths and weaknesses which are based on what competencies we have been exposed to, or developed, and indeed which competencies we have not been exposed to. Dr Benziger refers to the natural specialised area as the preferred thinking and behavioural mode. There is no right or wrong shape. We do this because we feel comfortable with people whose mental preferences are like our own. As a rule people with such developed patterns find and make friends easiest, because there are simply more of them around than any other developed brain patterns. Single-brained people and multi-dominant triple- and whole-brained people find it more difficult to find friends, especially close friends because, simply there are not many people who have developed so many modes.

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