BENZIGER THINKING STYLES ASSESSMENT PDF

The book enables the reader to perform a basic personality assessment using the Benziger model, which is highly illuminating. Outside of that one style, we may have strengths and weaknesses which are based on what competencies we have been exposed to, or developed, and indeed which competencies we have not been exposed to. Dr Benziger refers to the natural specialised area as the preferred thinking and behavioural mode. There is no right or wrong shape. We do this because we feel comfortable with people whose mental preferences are like our own. As a rule people with such developed patterns find and make friends easiest, because there are simply more of them around than any other developed brain patterns.

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Mathematics Converts into logical results or effects. What is, leads to, or produces results. Benziger says that people can have one and only one natural lead in which their brain is naturally efficient. They can and often do develop competencies in other modes. When they do in practice they will be using more areas of their brain, and when they do this the competencies outside their natural lead are always very draining.

Using the Benziger methodology and descriptions, here are some examples of brain types which determine thinking and working styles , starting with the four modes and descriptions of each, shown as single-brain patterns.

If you want to learn what your own thinking and working style is, get the book Thriving In Mind, or visit the Benziger website. Basal left - mode 1 Strong basal left gives good routine, sequential, process skills. Detailed, structured, ordered, efficient, dependable, reliable, builds and maintains orderly foundations. Follows instructions, does things by the book, step-by-step.

Communicates in writing, detailed. Meets deadlines through following schedules and processes. Good attention to detail. Can appear laboured, bureaucratic, or obstinate. Basal right - mode 2 Strong basal right gives good abilities in intuition, feelings, empathy, relationships, connecting with people. Good active listening skills, understands how people feel, sensitive, picks up moods and feelings. Singing, dancing, speaking and listening with the eyes, touching, reaching out to people.

Caring, compassionate. Non-verbally able, notices body-language. Interpersonally good, attentive to relationships and people.

Internal language is feelings. Likes to harmonise with their environment. Can be a soft-touch, making too many personal sacrifices, and can find it difficult to say no. Frontal right - mode 3 Strong frontal right gives good spatial and internal imaging, innovating and adapting. Able to grasp whole pictures, themes, from vague outlines or ideas. They file visually - where they can see things, in stacks. Attentive to new ideas. Uses language to think out loud.

Uses metaphors and word pictures. Expressive, at times looking within themselves to find or examine how best to paint the next word-picture. Enthusiastic and likes change.

Gets bored. Can appear out of step, whacky, off-the-wall. Quirky sense of humour. Good starters, not good finishers.

Frontal left - mode 4 Strong frontal left gives good analytical skills. Good at mathematics. Uses signage and labels to analyse and store data Physical and mental data storage. Uses critical analysis to assess causes and effects, to make decisions and announce actions to meet goals. Makes judgements. Results orientated. Calculates and uses diagnostic thinking. Logical, good at verbal argument. Manages resources to achieve objectives. Uses operational principles. Communicates in concise no-nonsense terms.

Can be seen as cold and manipulating, uncaring, unfeeling. Puts the task before people. Will bend rules. Will make new rules. Not strongly creative. Not good with people directly. Not strongly supportive or nurturing. Dual-brained - double left modes 1 and 4 Strong frontal left and basal left skills.

Dual-brained - double right modes 2 and 3 Strong basal right and front right skills. Dual-brained - double frontal modes 3 and 4 Strong frontal left and frontal right skills. Dual-brained - double basal modes 1 and 2 Strong basal left and basal right skills. Triple-brained pattern example Skills of strong frontal right and double left. Strong in all four modes. Benziger gives examples of jobs that are often comfortable with people who have developed a particular combination of modes.

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However, many of those tools and models function in a way which is very similar to one another. This is a tool that approaches the topic from an entirely different direction, which may be just what you need to gain valuable information. In this assessment, Benziger identifies four brain types, each of which comes along with specific strengths and preferences. The four possibilities are as follows — Basal Left Frontal Right Frontal Left Of these four options, each person will have one of the four where they do their best work, so to speak.

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Benziger’s Thinking Styles Assessment

Megar What is, leads to, or produces results. The drivers in our motivation as individuals The difference in our individual motivational drivers Individual differences in our mental processing functions Through the intelligent use of the personality quiz we can gain valuable insights into how we function as individuals and particularly how, where and why we differ from each other in why we do things and how we think. Outside of that tthinking style, we may have strengths and weaknesses which are based on what competencies we have been exposed to, or developed, and indeed which competencies we have not been exposed to. It suggests that in addition to our natural strengths and behavioural patterns we aseessment our own individual method of learning. What is, is as described. Cautious, conservative, detailed, procedural, sequential Skills: Extraverts are more effective in very stimulating situations, situations in which a great deal is going on, in which there is a high volume of input. Enneagram of Personality Types.

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BENZIGER THINKING STYLES ASSESSMENT PDF

Mathematics Converts into logical results or effects. What is, leads to, or produces results. Benziger says that people can have one and only one natural lead in which their brain is naturally efficient. They can and often do develop competencies in other modes. When they do in practice they will be using more areas of their brain, and when they do this the competencies outside their natural lead are always very draining.

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