Whole Brain Thinking®: Ignore It At Your Peril
May 3, 2010
In the May 2010 issue of ASTD’s Training+Development (T+D) Magazine, Ann Herrmann-Nehdi, CEO of Herrmann International, discusses what we’ve learned about Whole Brain Thinking® and Learning since the magazine originally published a series of articles by Herrmann International’s founder Ned Herrmann in the early 1980s.
With more discussions about Whole Brain Thinking® and “right brain” skills occurring in today’s workplace, the article provides important context and clarity on what Whole Brain Thinking® really means and why the concept of “whole” is so important for learning professionals and leaders in the 21st century.
In addition to a retrospective of Ned Herrmann’s groundbreaking research, the article explores some of the latest research on learner diversity and thinking styles as well as applications of Whole Brain Thinking® that every learning and workplace performance professional should be applying for better results going forward.
As Ann explains, “Whole brain thinking gives us that ‘killer app’ to put [diverse thinking] to work and deliver results.”
Read the full article, Whole Brain Thinking: Ignore It At Your Peril.