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Education & Parenting

  • Relationship Style
  • Parenting Style
  • Learning Style
  • Teacher/Trainer
  • Young Child Indicator
  • Junior Student
  • Senior Student
  • The NBI® Relationship Style instrument provides insight into your relationship style and issues that are important to you (but may not be to your partner), as well as identifying where there could be room for improvement.

    Developing better relationships, making more dynamic contributions within the relationship, and making sound and relevant decisions are but a few of the advantages of understanding your relationship style.

    Since the focus of this NBI® instrument is on thinking preferences, the end result is not good or bad, right or wrong. The NBI® Relationship Style instrument provides a profile report which is a descriptive, objective analysis of an individual’s thinking preferences – no profile is better or worse than another. Instead, the report gives you a description of your thought preferences, and makes recommendations based on these preferences.

  • The NBI® Parenting Style instrument provides insight into your parenting style and issues that are important to you (but may not be to your child or partner), as well as identifying where there could be room for improvement.

    Developing better relationships, making more dynamic contributions in your family, and making sound and relevant decisions are but a few of the advantages of understanding your parenting style. Parents who begin to understand and appreciate their own brain profiles inevitably develop a sensitivity for the profiles of their children.

  • The NBI® Learning Style instrument provides insight into your learning style and issues that are important to you when studying, as well as identifying where there could be room for improvement.

    Developing a better learning style, increased concentration and better results are but a few of the advantages of understanding your learning style.

  • The NBI® Teacher/Trainer instrument is a unique version of the NBI® General Adult instrument. The focus of this instrument is on your thinking preferences in the teaching and training environment. This influences the way in which the brain profile and report are compiled.

  • The NBI® Young Child Indicator measures the thinking preferences of young children (4–8 years). As a parent or teacher, it is very important to know that children’s thinking preferences determine how they make decisions, communicate and socialize.

    Insight and knowledge into the thinking preferences of a child will help you:

     

    • gain unique insights into the child’s thinking preferences
    • create an ideal environment for the child
    • give the child an edge in coping with the world
    • know why one child communicates, plays and learns differently from another
    • fill the gaps at an early age.
  • The NBI® Junior Student instrument measures your thinking preferences as a young student. Why is it that some students prefer order and structure while others seem to work well when there is no time-table and rules?

    Subject choices are key decisions for every student! Making the wrong choices can often lead to poor performance and years of frustration for the student, teachers and parents. Making an informed decision, on the other hand, can lead to a lot of satisfaction and achievement for the student, as well as to an interesting and rewarding career.

  • The NBI® Senior Student instrument measures your thinking preferences as a student. Why is it that some students prefer a quiet environment while others seem to work well with loud music and a messy workplace?

    Subject choices are key decisions for every student! Making the wrong choices can often lead to poor performance and years of frustration for the student, teachers and parents. Making an informed decision, on the other hand, can lead to a lot of satisfaction and achievement for the student, as well as to an interesting and rewarding career.