PRISM Brain Mapping designed for organisations to achieve day to day objectives, whilst experiencing:
- improved performance levels,
- increased employee engagement; and
- a strategic edge.
Humans are healthiest, happiest and most successful when the are engaged in ‘suitable work. e.g. Where they can use and be rewarded for using their own natural, behavioural preferences in an environment which both supports and rewards those preferences.
When an individual is using their naturally dominant mode (natural work preference) they are one hundred times more efficient in the ratio of energy consumption than when they are using their non-dominant modes.
Before managing an employee do you take the time to identify exactly what the profile of the role is? And, what success looks like?
Have you identified the crucial differences between individuals who are top performers?
The brain is vital to our existence. It controls our voluntary movements, and it regulates involuntary activities such as breathing and heartbeat. The brain stores our memories, enables us to feel emotions, and gives us our personalities. In short, the brain dictates the behaviours that allow us to survive and makes us who we are. All our experiences, thoughts, actions and emotions constantly change the make up of our brain.
PRISM Brain Mapping looks at the structure and function of the brain, and especially at the differences between the brain’s hemispheres, not only in terms of attention and flexibility, but in attitudes to the world.
Fundamentally, PRISM is about our attention to the world – how we see and respond to our environment, including the people in it. More accurately, it is about our perception, or representation, of our environment. Our attention can either be broad or narrow.
The right hemisphere is responsible for broad attention, the left hemisphere for narrowly focused attention. Although the brain is split into hemispheres, it is a single, integrated, highly dynamic system. Events anywhere in the brain are connected to, and potentially have consequences for, other brain areas
As you read the words on this page, you are using thousands of the 100 billion nerve cells that make up your brain. The electrical firings and chemical messages running between these cells, called neurons, are what produce our thoughts, feelings and interactions with the world around us.
In order to understand our behaviour it is necessary to consider the makeup of the brain. For decades scientists maintained that once the brain’s physical connections were completed during childhood, the brain had become hardwired and remained like that for life. Now, thanks to the latest imaging technologies and brilliant clinical research, we now have proof that development is a continuous, unending process. The key to individuality, however, is not to be found in the overall organisation of the brain, but rather in the fine tuning of the underlying networks. In particular, it is about the balance between our natural, instinctive reactions and our considered responses to everyday situations.
From an organisational point of view, it’s invaluable to know more about an employee other than a CV and an interview, to help you make the right decision the ‘first time’ when employing staff. PRISM identifies & measures how suitable candidates are in behavioural strengths, work aptitude and work environment compatibility. It also assist’s with on-going training, staff development, performance management, succession planning & coaching.
More than anything, it assists in setting your organisation up for success.
For more information on PRISM contact Tiffany Gray on [email protected]
To learn more about becoming PRISM accredited click here
ACCREDITATION DATES 2016
10 – 12 May DALLAS, United States. (COMPLETED)
30 May – 1 June BRISBANE, Australia
6 – 8 June CANBERRA, Australia
14 – 16 June MELBOURNE, Australia
20 – 22 July AUCKLAND, New Zealand
26 – 28 July SYDNEY, Australia
23 – 25 November VANCOUVER, Canada
28 – 30 November LOS ANGELES, United States