HBDI® Pairs Profile
What is it?
The HBDI® Pair Profile is an in-depth analysis of any two individuals and their thinking preferences, offering valuable insights into interpersonal and workplace dynamics. The report identifies potential areas of synergy and conflict, (under everyday/normal conditions and under stress)—invaluable data that will help any two people prepare for successful interactions and long-term relationships.
Here’s how the HBDI® Pair Profile works
Two individuals (ie manager/employee, coach/coachee) must first complete their individual HBDI® assessments, and have profile results debriefed by a certified HBDI® Practitioner. An individual understanding of the Whole Brain Model© and thinking preferences, and of individual HBDI® Profile results, is a pre-requisite for HBDI® Pair Profile analysis.
The HBDI® Pair Profile report can then be produced—through our processing centre, or if you are an HTMS® software licensee, through your own access to the HTMS® system.
This HBDI® Pair Profile is a 12-page analytical report, exploring areas of synergy and dissonance within a ‘pairs’ relationship. It provides valuable commentary on likely causes of ‘synchronisation’ and friction, and tips and techniques for more effective communication between the pair.
The HBDI® Pair Profile is designed to build on the insights that an individual receives from their own HBDI® profile. The HBDI® Pair Profile looks specifically at the insights to be gained by comparing and contrasting two individual profiles. It can be used very effectively for three primary types of ‘pair interactions:
We do not know each other at all. Applications include:
We know each other and get along well, but would like to improve. Applications include:
We know each other and have some issues to resolve. Applications include: