Behavioral

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Behavioral Assessments form the heart of the DYP programs. Leveraging the latest neuroscience research and a data sample of > 4 Million respondents, DYP can help individuals and teams pinpoint areas for improvement and strengths to be further emphasized.

For assessments that are not part of a coaching program, please click here to download an Assessment Order Form

The sample list below shows the most frequently used assessments:

BE: BrainEdge™

The BrainEdge™ combines the results of two questionnaires, the Brain Heat Map and Change Readiness [see below].

BHM: Brain Heat Map.

The Brain Heat Map identifies the pressure that the individual is experiencing in three core areas – work, personal and environmental. Results are benchmarked and specific areas for improvement are identified.

 

Tests are available for adults, students and children.

CRI: Change Readiness Index

The Change Readiness Index identifies the individual’s readiness [i.e.motivation] to change. When used in conjunction with the Brain Heat Map it provides a visual picture that assists in identifying change champions and change resistors based on the pressures they are experiencing.

5BA: Five Brain Questionnaire – Cognitive Neuro Functioning.

The Five Brain Questionnaire identifies the five brain areas most activated in response to stress events. The questionnaire identifies key warning signs for the individual and matches neurologically based exercises that create additional brain plasticity to deal with pressure.

HP: High Performance Questionnaire – Top 5 areas of performance.

The High Performance Questionnaire identifies the top priority to enhance peak performance. Practice of specific neurological exercises gives clients ‘the edge’ they need to improve on their area of strength.

 

EMT: Energy Management Analysis.

The Energy Management Analysis identifies the overall energy management capability of the individual. Furthermore, it breaks the analysis down to five key areas – physical, mental, emotional, homeostasis [balance] and spiritual.

 

EI: Emotional Intelligence.

The Emotional Intelligence test examines the two key constructs of EQ [Emotional Quotient]; Self Awareness and Self Control. 3 self awareness competencies [19 Qs] and 5 self-control competencies [23 Qs] are analyzed to provide a robust measure of emotional intelligence [EQ].