Intro for a CP to Try Out the Portal and Features Intro for a CP to Try Out the Portal and Features

Intro for a CP to Try Out the Portal and Features

Dorothy Roche Dorothy Roche
This article is written in order to help a CP get to the Thinker Portal AS A THINKER. 
And explore the My Journey and Sharing features...there are places where you can edit the text to add or remove additional features.  Anywhere you see Bold/Italic, you'll need to enter information or choose from the list...
Dear (Insert Name here)
I understand that you would like to experience the Herrmann's Thinker Portal and the latest features we have to offer in the Portal.
Great news!
I have you all set up with these new features enabled:
(Insert names of features here: pick from:)
*Journey Micro E-learnings,
*Share and Compare,
*Teams
Now you can go to:
(login with your Username and Password)
And you'll see the newest "tiles" for:
(Pick the right tiles)
"My Journey" micro-e-learning steps
"My Organization"
"Sharing"
"Teams"
Pick one of the following paragraphs based on what you are having them try out. And delete the other one.
Text for Journey Only:
Check out all the steps within the My Journey Tile.  These are the steps a Thinker can use to prepare them for unlocking their HBDI® Results.
Text for Journey AND Share and Compare:
You'll want to go through the My Journey steps.  These are the steps a Thinker can use to prepare them for unlocking their HBDI Results. And then you'll have an opportunity to "Opt in" for sharing your profile and the additional insights you provide related to your HBDI® profile.
Once you both opt in you can search for HBDI® Profiles in the My Organization tile.
(Just remember, you have to opt in, to see any one else's HBDI®.)
Please let me know if you have any questions or challenges in viewing the Thinker Portal with these new offerings.
IMPORTANT TIP:
If you happen to be in Axon often, I would suggest you log out prior to using the link above.  
We wouldn't want the system to be confused about whether you are logging in as a Practitioner or as a Thinker.
Enjoy!
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