Prism – The Online Behavioural Tool

PRISM’s reports show not only people’s natural or instinctive behaviour preference, but also the you extent and the way in which they modify or adapt their preference on occasions to respond to what see as the demands of specific situations e.g. their job.

The reports also indicate where individuals may be overdoing or not making full use of their preferences. This insight also helps them to understand more about their true potential, as well as what may be hindering them from achieving even higher performance.

The remarkable complexity of the brain has shown that human beings cannot credibly be divided up into a fixed number of types or groups of people who are unable to act outside of their profiles. PRISM does not, therefore, label people or fit them into ‘boxes’, nor does it have ‘scores’, or right or wrong answers. Instead, it provides users with a powerful, graphic explanation for why they approach situations and individuals in different ways.

Because PRISM is based on perception, it is obvious that if perceptions change, behaviour will change too. The dynamic interaction between perception of self and the environment explains why an individual may behave differently from one situation to another.

It measures the intensity of a person’s expressed preference for a range of behaviours and the activities related to those behaviours. To facilitate understanding, PRISM uses colours to illustrate the behaviour preferences. Although the PRISM model is a schema for brain functioning, the PRISM maps represent the dynamic interaction that takes place within the brain and is based on the principle that no one part of the brain does solely one thing and no one part of the brain acts alone.

Prism can be used as a tool independently or as part of Executive Programmes.

1. Strategic Planning (utilising BSC) 5-days

2. Implementing the Strategy 4-days

3. Maintaining the Strategy – Use-3-days

4. Plus – Commercial Awareness for HRBPs 

Uses the power of neuroscience to enhance leadership performance:

  • Develop understanding of behaviours, motivations and individual beliefs
  • Manage emotions, feelings and behaviours
  • Replace limiting beliefs with enabling ones
  • Be more responsive, more adaptable and more innovative
  • Create holistic strategies and build a team committed to achieve them
  • Motivate each team member to reach their potential

PRISM Leadership styles. Neuroscience is changing the leadership game. No longer is any single behaviour or style good enough to optimise business results. Multiple styles, situationally adapted, are required to take full advantage of the real power of the human resource. This highly diverse, high potential, vital asset is often already in place – we can help you identify and develop it.

All our thoughts, emotions and actions are the results of many parts of the brain acting together.

What is PRISM Brain Mapping? - Video Introduction

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