OUR THINKING

Brain Balance is achieved when the left-hand and right-hand sides of the brain are optimially working together.

It radically increases productivity and performance and exponentially increases a leader's effectiveness.

 

 

Based on over 50 years of scientific research into 

Human Cognitive Abilities - CHC Theory

Left-Hand Side of the Brain

It is primarily responsible for our 'book smarts'

and subject matter expertise

It creates Crystallized Knowledge and

domain knowledge

 

This is the approach of the majority of traditional training, coaching and mentoring

Right-Hand Side of the Brain

Underpins the brain's 'street smarts' and inherent Fluid Thinking capacity

 

It is primarily responsible for the 10

Subconscious Thinking Habits

that produce subconscious success

 

See our Four Pillars of

subconscious success below. 

Four Pillars of Subconscious Success

Pillar 1: Controlling Attention   >

Focused Thinking - staying focussed on key priorities, rather than being distracted by more interesting, but lower priority issues.

Research from The Economist magazine states:

  • The hidden cost of low to moderate focus is:

  • USD $34,000 per person/per year in lost productivity

  • Approximately 28% per person/per year of work time is lost to distraction


Our Results:

  • 82% increase in Focused Thinking based on Re-test results

Pillar 2: Complex Problem Solving   >

Complex Problem Solving requires the ability to clearly define the core problem, create multiple solutions and evaluate and choose the optimal solution.

This requires efficiency in three areas:
 

  • Analytical Thinking – breaking down and defining the issue/problem
     

  • Innovative Thinking – brainstorming and generating multiple possible solutions
     

  • Conceptual Thinking – connect the dots and identifying the optimum solution



 

Pillar 3: Strategy Planning & Execution   >

“Strategy without Execution is a daydream

Execution without strategy is a nightmare

Either without talent simply doesn’t exist.”

 

- Adopted from a Japanese Proverb
 

This requires efficiency in three areas:
 

  • Strategic Thinking - creating a strategy and path forward on 'how to' accomplish the desired outcome, whilst optimizing personal leverage and navigating through unchartered waters
     

  • Abstract Thinking - is to develop a step-by-step plan of 'how we' are going to execute the strategy and the sequence of tasks and timelines
     

  • Operational Thinking - determining 'how tasks' will be executed, delegated, and put into operation to achieve the desired outcome

Pillar 4 Social Leadership   >

Social Leadership - leaders who can clearly communicate and delegate are the linchpin to optimizing 'people agility' and achieving success.

The three areas impacting success:
 

  • Non-verbal Thinking - subconsciously sensing and observing when subtle changes in body language
     

  • Perspective Thinking - sensing and understanding another person's perspective, even if you don't agree with it
     

  • Intuitive Thinking - subconsciously scanning our environment 'gut feel' sensing when more investigation is needed

 

Our Fluid Thinking Programs

Every program is curated and tailored to our client's needs and outcomes

We can modulize our offering and deliver everything online​

Executive Coaching: 1:1
Group Programs - Talent/High Potentials 
Workshop Forums 
Introduction Seminars
Personal Programs