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Brain Profiling

Potential utilizes the NeuroLink program which has a neuro-scientific approach towards developing emotionally intelligent leaders. This enables us to help individuals & organizations to fulfill their potential through accurate awareness & understanding of their neurological design and what their unique learning & thinking preferences are

The only way that people & organizations will maintain their competitive advantage is to out-think, out-learn & out-create their competition

A. Vermeulen (Neurolink)

1What is a Brain profile assessment?
Our brain profile assessments are called Learning Receptiveness Profiles™. It is not a psychometric test. The LRP™ brain profile assessment indicates a person’s unique neurological wiring. In this profile of a person’s brain preferences and its various regions, we have simplified neuroscience to avoid being too technical, but we have also been conscious not to over-simplify, because the brain is a web-like structure of neurons which form complex assemblies of brain cells which make up a person’s brain regions. This brain profile is a neuroscientific, multi-dimensional assessment that identifies 6 drivers that can be enhanced for optimum brain performance and 7 different neurological learning styles. It provides validated and highly reliable information which can help people and organizations make informed decisions about future development, subject choices and career choices.
2What is the purpose of this assessment?
The purpose of this brain profile is for people to identify their unique potential, understand themselves and others better, manage themselves more effectively, discover how uniquely they process information, identify how skilled they are at learning, which strengths and preferences they have when learning and thinking and it also indicates areas for future development. It is the most comprehensive learning and thinking styles assessment that exists, as it assesses all the primary factors that influence brain performance and learning receptivity.

Learn more about the different assessments