Neurological assessment for business performance

Neurological assessment for business performance

Companies are twisting themselves into knots to empower and challenge their employees. They’re anxious about the sad state of engagement, and rightly so, given the value they’re losing. Consider Gallup’s meta-analysis of decades’ worth of data: It shows that high engagement—defined largely as having a strong connection with one’s work and colleagues, feeling like a real contributor, and enjoying ample chances to learn—consistently leads to positive outcomes for both individuals and organizations. The rewards include higher productivity, better-quality products, and increased profitability.

What’s Happening in the Brain

Compared with people at low-trust companies, people at high-trust companies report:

74% less stress, 106% more energy at work, 50% higher productivity, 13% fewer sick days, 76% more engagement, 29% more satisfaction with their lives, 40% less burnout.

Neurological assessment for Business performance

Recognize excellence

The neuroscience shows that recognition has the largest effect on trust when it occurs immediately after a goal has been met, when it comes from peers, and when it’s tangible, unexpected, personal, and public. Public recognition not only uses the power of the crowd to celebrate successes, but also inspires others to aim for excellence. And it gives top performers a forum for sharing best practices, so others can learn from them.

It’s not about being easy on your employees or expecting less from them. High-trust companies hold people accountable but without micromanaging them. They treat people like responsible adults.

In any kind of business activity, the brain clarity it’s a top priority. To be able to interpret incoming information, concentrate and make right logical decisions is critical. The high level performance in business is based on an excellent CNS functioning.
P-DTR method of diagnostic offers the unique (no analogues in the world), most complete and structured neurological assessment and treatment based on the needs for successful business performance.

Neurological assessment includes:
  1. Neurological organisation assessment – there are few dysfunctional conditions of CNS – hypertonic response, hypotonic and switch. In any of those states, the performance would be affected.
  2. Level of stress of CNS – how your CNS is adapted to the daily performance and its activities. The Adrenal Fatigue can cause many problems – problems with digestions, headaches, problems with sleep, brain fog, low level of concentration, emotional disbalances, musculoskeletal pains, etc. That means that CNS can't coop with daily activities and get exhausted very fast. The cause of the Adrenal Fatigue could be structural, emotional or biochemical.
  3. General stimulus adaptation – that includes the CNS response for a different challenges – light, smell, sounds, etc. For the business people it's crutial to feel safe and concentrated in any kind of environment. Sometimes the bright light or specific smell could cause brain fog during important meeting. As a result the person will not be able to perform at his best, but the cause would be not his lack of skills, but the desadaptation of his CNS to the particular stimulus, for example retina receptors dysfunction.
  4. Motor skills adaptation – talking is our daily activity. But what happens if talking causes stress to the CNS? At the business meetings we have to be able to talk very clearly. If the actual talking causes stress that would influence the outcome of your efforts.
  5. Multitasking – consciously we can't multitask, but the healthy CNS is able to process at least 3 tasks subconsciously at the same time. Optimal performance will include at least 5-10 tasks.
  6. Emotional assessment – neurological emotions are totally different from our conscious emotions. In PDTR we assess
  7. Food intolerance – sometimes a cup of coffee can cause a brain fog. There are certain reasons for that. Healthy CNS should be adapted to any food (true food intolerance occurs very rarely, most of the time its functional issue)
  8. Posture and gait assessment. People who work in business should demonstrate their strong characters on all levels, the proper straight posture and gait is the sign of a healthy organised CNS.
  9. Cognitive performance – ability to think and interpret the information clearly. Very often the cognitive functions are affected by all above mentioned conditions.
  10. Self motivation and priorities, managing time and self resources, self esteem and efficient performance.