Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Whole Brain Creativity

Based on many years of research by Dr Kobus Neethling and others we now accept that our brain consists of two hemispheres, the left and the right brain. We also know that these hemispheres are metaphors for how the brain works. Our metaphorical “thinking brain” consists of four quarters (quadrants) and that we all have thinking preferences associated with one, two or more of the brain quadrants. Each of us has a brain profile which indicates our thinking preferences. These profiles shed significant light on the reasons why we differ, why we react differently in the same situations, why our expectations of others and situations are not the same, why we raise our children differently, why we manage, teach and learn differently. The profile I use is called the NBI [Neethling Brain Instrument].

The folllowing link is to an article by Kobus.


I am the New Zealand Agent for the Neethling Brain Instruments through www.wholebrainthinking.co.au. Check it out.

No comments:

Post a Comment