Herrmann has been working closely with Swinburne University of Technology for 15 years. Profiling over 1000 employees, the university uses the HBDI® tool to help staff better understand their thinking preferences and those of their colleagues. This has enabled the university to better align roles and tasks to individual strengths, resulting in more engaged employees and better outcomes for the university.
Herrmann has helped Swinburne recognise the value of diverse thinking and the role it plays in fostering creativity and innovation, two especially important activities for a business in the education and knowledge sector. They use the HBDI® to enhance team collaboration and create a culture of inclusivity, where all thinking preferences are recognised and valued.
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If you’d like to find out more about how HBDI® can help you optimise your team’s performance, get in touch with Herrmann.