Distill the power of an advanced assessment tool into one page for compelling, quick, meaningful insight into your brain.
- Brain Brief Profile: How does your brain focus, decide, and drive?
- Brain Talent Profile: What are your brain’s key strengths for creating the future?
- Brain Discovery Profile: How are your style, strengths, and challenges creating results?
- Dashboard: What is the EQ strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for a group, team, or class?
- Youth Profiles: As above, for children
Using the full power of the in-depth, well validated SEI Assessment, the profiles bring a decade of research into an easy-to-use single page profile with profound value for learning, coaching, performance management, selection, and growth.
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Brain Brief Profile
The Brain Brief Profile (BBP) is a one-page synthesis of the way a person’s brain processes emotional and cognitive data.
Starting from neuroscience and 15 years of research on emotional intelligence, the BBP provides a simple, practical summary of how a person’s style for using emotional intelligence — ie, integrating thinking+feeling to make good decisions to drive positive results.
The BBP is based on three dimensions of EQ:
Use: The BBP is highly effective for development/learning, coaching, mentoring, team development and for managers to use to build communication with their people.
Brain Talent Profile
How can you best use your brain’s capabilities?
Based on robust research evaluating 1000s of leaders today, we’ve identified the 18 essential talents to create the future. Like a smartphone app, these “Brain Apps” are tools to build effectiveness.
Which “apps” do you want to run today?
Use: The BTP is ideal for career and performance coaching, team forming, and a wide range of training & development. What are the top talents in your team? Are you using them?
Brain Discovery Profile
Go deeper to identify Brain Style, highest-scoring talents, and lowest-scoring talents.
The BDP includes data about Brain Style and the three powerful scales (Focus, Decisions, Drive), then it shows the highest and lowest scoring talents — and how those link to essential life/work outcomes (effectiveness, decisions making, influence, relationships, health, quality of life).
Use: The BDP is used for performance and career coaching, individual development, manager-employee coaching, and is ideal for creating real insight in an interview in the selection process.
At-a-glance insight to the team’s emotional intelligence, talents, and performance.
The Dashboard provides instant insight to a team’s style, strengths and weaknesses. It shows why emotional intelligence is essential, because it links EQ to results, showing the capabilities that the team/group is using (and not using) to create personal and professional success.
Use: The Dashboard is used for team development, management coaching, team formation, workforce planning, and strategic planning.
Serious science made simple. While many emotional intelligence tests and psychological profiles focus on behavior, these tools look at the drivers. Brain Style is about capability. Unlike many “style inventories,” the Brain Brief is distilled from a full-power psychometric assessment. Participants take the SEI, the best-in-class emotional intelligence assessment. Responses are analyzed using a special algorithm utilizing all 20 normative scales.
Brain Profiles for Youth
For the youth reports, a section for educators and parents has been added to support youth and increase awareness.
The “pYV” (perspective youth version) shows an adult’s perspective about the youth. For example, a parent can take the pYV and see the child’s Brain Style, from the adult’s viewpoint. These Profiles are particularly useful for younger children or those who can not complete the self-assessment — and for comparing multiple perspectives about a child.