Most people you meet will have a different way of seeing things to you. How they make decisions, solve problems, assimilate information, etc., will be different to you becasue they will have preferences that don’t match yours. When you recognise these different thinking patterns, you can improve communication, management, leadership and decision-making to improve all aspects of interpersonal skills.
Ned Herrmann has designed a technique called ‘whole-brain modelling’ in which he describes the brain as an interconnected set of mental processing modes, or thinking styles. Because these styles originate in different parts of the brain, he discusses how we all differ in the way we think things through. Learn More