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Enter cross training, which involves switching up your activities or combining several different techniques and strategies into a single workout.
I was excited to read about my friend and colleague Bill Treasurer’s upcoming webinar for NetSpeed Learning’s 2015 Thought Leader Webinar Series, Open Door Leadership: A Radically Simple Way to Lift People, Profits and Performance.
The keynote I delivered at World Financial Group last week had more than 200 leaders in attendance, all seated by their HBDI® thinking preferences. In The Whole Brain Business Book, Ned Herrmann shares a story of the “aha” moment that came from just such a seating exercise. They realized they had a huge opportunity they were missing out on because they hadn’t been appreciating and taking advantage of their differences and cognitive diversity.
For HBDI® Practitioners out there, what’s been your experience with seating based on thinking preference?
The “shocking” to “disturbing” headlines about employee engagement are almost routine these days.
That same survey examined “who wants to leave” and found that, surprisingly (or “alarmingly,” as they put it), nearly a quarter (24%) of fully engaged employees are currently looking to leave their companies. Something is clearly wrong when companies are spending billions of dollars on engagement, and they can’t even count on their fully engaged people to stay.
Because work of any kind is primarily a mental activity, the best way to get to know your employees is to start by understanding how they think. As part of the process of writing the second edition of The Whole Brain Business Book, we looked at some of the data around work satisfaction, and generally speaking, we found that the highest satisfaction comes from those who have a strong alignment between their thinking preferences and the mentality of the work they’re assigned to do.
So before you make assumptions about what’s going to engage and retain them, start with thinking. If you’re like most training leaders today, the answer is “all of the above.” The good news is, you and your leaders already have the best tool for navigating an “all of the above” world—the brain. Even better news: Kevin Sensenig’s webinar for Training Magazine has the practical strategies and steps you need to take full advantage of your brainpower and consciously shift your thinking when the situation requires it. The webinar recording and follow-up resources for Developing Leadership Agility for an “All of the Above” World are available now for on-demand access.
Take a moment to check it out and download the materials, because particularly as the world grows more complex, the time you spend now getting your thinking in order will pay off exponentially in 2015. In the past month alone, I’ve received two requests to write articles about the impact of brain research on training and learning.
The last decade has seen a frenzy of neuroscience research, leading to an avalanche of new findings and interest in the field. For true ROI®—the Return on Intelligence that comes from getting a better return on not just Investment but also Initiatives, Interactions and Innovation—application is what matters most.

We enjoyed learning about the latest trends in training and development, and from our booth in the Expo Hall, we had a chance to catch up with a number of you who shared how Whole Brain® Thinking is playing a role in your development, performance and business strategies. In the meantime, we’d love to hear your thoughts: Agility, social learning, new technologies, employee engagement, measurement…What tops your training agenda for 2014?
Herrmann International’s CEO Ann Herrman-Nehdi filed a video report from this year’s NeuroLeadership Summit, where she was also a presenter. Matt Lieberman’s new book “Social” explores the impact of the social brain on everything we do.
When someone is learning to teach versus learning to memorize, it engages the brain in a way that is much more effective in terms of long-term retention. The discussion about the tension between the analytical brain and the social brain is substantiated by our HBDI® data. Tony Bingham, President of ASTD, says that 70% of learning in today’s organizations is informal. Training akan diberikan langsung oleh Coah Herry Santoso dengan Fun, penuh humor, menarik dan menyentuh, sehingga akan memberikan dampak secara langsung kepada peserta.
Coach Herry akan menyampaikan materi training dengan praktis dan bahasa yang mudah dimengerti peserta, sehingga dapat langsung diterapkan. Training dilengkapi dengan audio dan video yang memukau, menarik, dan menyentuh, sehingga para peserta akan mendapatkan banyak manfaat dari training ini.
Materi training akan kami persiapkan khusus sesuai dengan kebutuhan perusahaan Anda ( TNA). Training diberikan dengan format Coaching dan Workshop, sehingga setiap peserta akan mendapatkan kesempatan untuk bertanya secara langsung kepada coach Herry di setiap kesempatan ( tanpa menunggu sesi tanya jawab) dan akan membraktekkan langsung pada waktu training.
Maybe it’s part of a specific talent development strategy, or perhaps communication issues have been a continual challenge, dragging down productivity, collaboration, trust, customer service ratings or any of a number of critical business functions that we can’t afford to be struggling with in today’s fast-paced, complex environment. The bottom-line impact of communication breakdowns in the workplace has been well documented. It gets you out of your comfort zones, fires up new muscles and pushes you to a new level of performance. There’s a reason VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) has become the acronym du jour for describing today’s business world.
It’s always so striking to see how that validates people’s learning about themselves and others, both as they discover their HBDI® Profiles and begin applying what they’re learning.
It was not only a memorable public demonstration of the consequences of thinking preferences at work, but also the beginning of a true partnership between the two leaders. Study after study turns up numbers in the range of 70 to 80 percent of the workforce that’s either not fully engaged or actively disengaged at work, costing companies billions in annual turnover.

In fact, by some estimates, companies are collectively investing upwards of $1.5 billion a year into trying to turn it around, without much to show for it in return. Modern Survey’s Fall 2014 Employee Engagement Index showed engagement levels are beginning to inch up, while disengagement is at its lowest point since the study began.
By and large, leaders, managers, and even L&D and HR professionals don’t know their employees. The lowest are associated with those who are misaligned—unless they’re looking for a challenge in that specific assignment and have been prepared and are motivated to stretch. Unless you’re intentional about your thinking, which is what Whole Brain® Thinking is all about, your own preferences will become filters and blind spots, impacting how you communicate, make decisions, assign work and create development plans for others.
It’s also a topic that seems to be percolating more and more in the overall business community, particularly as new methods of studying the brain have generated new findings, more publicity and greater interest in broader circles. That’s why being able to filter out the signal from the noise, the “breakthroughs” from the “bunk,” is critical. It’s rare to see both in play, and important for us to understand how to help leaders activate the social part of who they are.
If you feel sleep deprived, get 20 minutes more a day – go to bed earlier, sleep later or take a power nap if necessary to improve what you can get out of your brain.
Coach Herry memberikan kesempatan kepada setiap peserta training untuk berkomunikasi dan bertanya lebih lanjut mengenai penerapan materi training setiap waktu. The problem is, many companies waste the investment because their approach misses the mark, or the conditions aren’t in place to support it—or both.
But too often I’ve seen high potential programs and similar initiatives designed to help people stretch beyond their comfort zones so they can further their growth and careers actually backfire because the people involved weren’t set up for success. They don’t know what they care about, what matters most to them or what they pay attention to. It influences how they approach a task and what kind of work they find stimulating (or draining). When fully engaged people are still looking to leave, being able to see past your own preferences and “get inside their heads” is the critical missing piece. This is the critical “homework” that has to be done before you put all that money into engagement and retention efforts.

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