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  • 1. Welcomes You To AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BRAIN PROFILE 2010
  • 2. OUR COMPANY GOALS
    • to encourage individuals get the best out of life through a greater understanding of:
      • why they behave and think as they do
      • h ow their thinking preferences impact on their day-to-day decisions and relationships
    • to help organisations become more creative, productive and successful by developing WHOLE BRAIN communication, leadership and sales
    • to support parents and teachers in the development of children and students to:
      • achieve the very best results they can
      • to make the most appropriate subject and career choices  to reach their full potential
    • to develop and support Whole Brain Practitioners
  • 3. What Is The Brain Profile?
    • Tells you about your personal THINKING preferences
    • Tells you about your preferred learning/teaching/ training/selling style
    • Gives you a better understanding of how to communicate with partners, clients, colleagues, family and friends
  • 4. Brain Facts
    • 3 Major parts of brain = cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem
    • Cerebrum = divided into 2 hemispheres
    • 2 Hemispheres are linked by a bundle of nerve fibres = corpus callosum
    • Corpus callosum = 80 million nerve cells (axons)
    • 100 billion neurons (brain cells) at birth
  • 5. Left / Right Brain Research
    • Franz Gall 1828: pseudoscience of phrenology
    • Marc Dax 1836: left hemisphere trauma associated with aphasia
    • Broca 1864: scientific proof of localisation of brain functions (cerebral dominance)
    • Myers & Sperry 1940: experiments on split-brain cats and monkeys
    • Vogel & Bogen 1961: split-brain operations (epilepsy)
    • Sperry & Gazzaniga: split-brain research
    • Herrmann, Wonder, Neethling: brain preferences (four quadrant research)
    • Neethling: brain instruments & the eight dimensions
  • 6. The Triune Model Intermediate brain (paleopallium) Limbic system Emotions Rational brain Neocortex (neopallium) Intellectual tasks Primitive brain (archioallium) Self preservation, aggression
  • 7.
    • • Verbal • Non Verbal
    • • Linear • Visual
    • • Detail • Holistic
    • • Structure • Unstructured
    • • Concrete • Spatial
    • • Fact based • Emotional
    • • Rational • Music/poetry/art
    • • Mathematical • Touching uplifting
    Left Brain Right Brain
  • 8.
    • THE FOUR QUADRANTS
    Understanding your WHOLE Brain
  • 9. The Four Quadrants L1 R1 L2 R2
  • 10. Brain Profile L1 Examine, dig deeper Critical Factual Discussion Insights into Technical and Statistical data Logic Like to win
  • 11. Gordon Ramsey
  • 12. Brain Profile L2 Organisational Fault finding Sequential- step by step Disciplined Practical Structured
  • 13. Delia Smith
  • 14. Brain Profile R2 Enjoys being with people Awareness of values Teamwork Good people judgement Sensitive Always think of the people implications
  • 15. Ainsley Herriott
  • 16. Brain Profile R1 Bored easily-enjoys change Imaginative Flexible Big picture Exploratory-problem definition Innovative
  • 17. Jamie Oliver
  • 18.
    • TYPES OF PROFILES
  • 19. The L1 L2 Profile
  • 20. The R1 R2 Profile
  • 21. The L2 R2 Profile Limbic or doing
  • 22. The L1 R1 Profile Cerebral or thinking profile
  • 23. The L2 R1 Profile
  • 24. The L1 R2 Profile
  • 25. Whole Brain Profile