Assessment

Brain-Age Assessments

Organizations and individual executives use periodic assessments of leadership performance that tend to focus on behavior and psychometrics. Even though certain behaviors may lead to successful accomplishment of objectives, the human brain’s ability to behave at its best on a consistent basis depends on whether that brain has the capacity to drive those behaviors. The greatest commodity for the brain, therefore, is energy. A brain that is exhausted, stressed-out, and poorly fueled will not have the capacity to apply itself in a manner that enables those behaviors critical for growth and success, no matter how much effort is put into nurturing success behaviors.

No matter what our actual age is, we all have the potential to have a young brain that is wired to have greater capacity to be more energetic, to be more adaptable to change, more resilient, more focused, and more creative than an older brain that becomes more fixed as it ages.

At HeadStrong Performance, we have spent over 5 years researching and developing an innovative and exciting new way of measuring capacity in the brains of individuals, teams, and even organizations. Simply put, an organization with a collective brain age that is young will have a much greater capacity to exhibit behaviors necessary for sustained growth and success.

HeadStrong Performance’s Brain-Age Assessment is a holistic online assessment consisting of a series of questionnaires combined with cognitive tests that together create a profile that illustrates both brain-age and brain performance capacity. For the individual, team, or organization, a conversation around individual, team, and organizational accountability is initiated, which forms the foundation for adopting new holistic behaviors, both in and outside of the office, that lower brain-age and raise performance capacity.

You can download a Sample Assessment Report below.

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