Global Launch January, 2019.

The HBDI® Pair Report has great visual appeal and has new and improved easy to read and understand reports.   We’ll take each new page and explain, but these reports are designed to be much more user friendly.  Don’t worry you’ve got this!


What’s new?

Profiles Side-by-Side
Each Profile has a narrative description based on the Thinker’s Generic Profile Code.  And an additional page that focuses on the typical occupations of the generic preference code.


Where Is Our Thinking Most in Sync?

From the most similar quadrant to the least similar quadrant, the scores for each Thinker are compared both overall, and when “Under Pressure”.

Our Typical Process Flows Compared

As a Practitioner you’ll be quite comfortable with this report.  It’s based on the same style from the Team Report. This powerful representation allows the two Thinkers to quickly see their “Flow” of thinking generally and when under pressure, and how they may be similar or different.


How We See Ourselves

This new display of the Key Descriptors quickly demonstrates the similarities and differences for the two Thinkers.

Adjective Pairs Comparison

This quick to read report will help facilitate the discussions around where Thinkers “go” when they are forced to make a choice.  And the Thinkers will quickly see how they compare and contrast.


Comparisons of Our Thinking Under Pressure

Once Thinkers have reviewed their choices in the

Adjective Pairs section, they can see quickly how these choices are plotted on the profile to demonstrate the similarities and differences when they are “Under Pressure.”

How Our Thinking Changes Under Pressure

This report quickly shows Thinkers how their thinking  preferences may shift when they find themselves in “Under Pressure” situations.  Recognizing those possible shifts can encourage pairs to be mindful of how those pressured situations impact each person and their thinking preferences.


Twenty Questions: Now on Two Easy to Read Pages

The Twenty Questions Reporting has now been separated into two sections of 10 questions.  This approach makes the reporting much easier to read.  The Responses for each Thinker are color coded for quick and easy comparison, and where both Thinkers have the same reaction, that response is very quickly recognized and designated as "both".

Tip Sheets: Problem Solving / Communication / Decision Making

Let’s take action!  Each Thinker’s preferences impact how they solve problems, make decisions, and how they communicate.  Comparing how Thinkers prefer to engage in these activities and where they may overlook opportunities can be very meaningful applications.  There’s even a spot for jotting down action items each Thinker can commit to.


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