Now Practitioners can offer Thinkers the ability to personalize, share and compare the HBDI Results to move from self awareness to real world application.
Let me take you on a tour:
Once Thinkers have completed the Journey e-learning activities and unlocked their HBDI results, they are presented with an additional series of activities to personalize their HBDI® results. This process in and of itself is extremely powerful. It allows the Thinker to "think" through the many facets of their thinking preferences and how those preference can impact their interactions with others.
A Welcome Page describes the Sharing process and allows the Thinker to Grant Permission to sharing.
Note: A Thinker can revoke permission at any time from this screen or from the Sharing Tile.
Then there are a series of activities. Here's an example of one of them:
Within each activity, the Thinker can choose whether to share that information, or keep it private.
Once the activities are completed, the Thinker can view their personalized profile. This will be the same view others will see, once the profile is shared.
The Opening Screen will display the Thinker's HBDI® Profile, on the left, their Preference Code, their Energy Level, Introvert/Extrovert scale and a personalized "Things to note about my Profile include...". In the Profile section of the screen there are tabs for the General Description, and then each of the activities: About Me, Introversion/Extroversion, Communication, Frustrations, and Building Trust. These menu items appear as the Thinker personalizes the information about themselves.
Once a Thinker has Granted Permission to share their profile, the Sharing tab appears on their Portal dashboard. Here they can search for other Thinkers who have also shared their profiles.
Note: A Thinker must share their profile before they can see other Thinkers' profiles.
Once at least two Thinkers have shared their Profiles, they can Compare profiles for a dynamic learning experience. The Thinker simply types in the name or email address of the Thinker in the search field and selects the Thinker from the list. Once they've selected a Thinker to compare to they can select the general HBDI® profile and or the Under Pressure Profile to view, and they can explore further any of the sections that the other Thinker has shared.
Note: in the above example, Sam Sample has only shared the About Me section of their profile. Therefore, the additional tabs at the top of the screen are not visible.
Thinkers can Share and Compare their profiles with any other Thinkers within their organization who have shared their profile. This feature brings the HBDI® results to life in a whole new way.
Organizations are structured in the Herrmann Platform by using "Data Roles". This structure allows organizations to organize their data in such a way that allow for proper sharing. To learn more about how Data Roles can be structured for organizations, reach out to your Herrmann representative.