PRISM is a profiling tool based on the latest developments in neuroscience and brain scanning techniques. It is specifically designed to identify the behavioural preferences that directly relate to personal relationships and work performance.
By asking a series of questions in an online environment, PRISM measures the things that people like doing and the behavioural characteristics related to those things. The result is a colour-coded map to illustrate those behavioural preferences and a written report to help explain what it means in the real world.
The PRISM map preferences indicate how a person will tend to behave when engaged in a task and/or when under pressure to achieve results, as well as indicate how a person will tend to behave in a social setting – when establishing rapport with others. As the person switches between these preferences, he or she may display very different – even opposite – behaviours.
PRISM’s reports, therefore, show not only people’s natural or instinctive behavioural preference but also the extent and the way in which they modify or adapt their preference on occasions to respond to what they see as the demands of specific situations, for example, their job.
The reports also indicate where individuals may be overdoing, or not making full use of their preferences. This insight also helps them to understand more about their true potential, as well as what may be hindering them from achieving even higher performance.
Become A Certified PRISM Practitioner
PRISM Brain Mapping is a sophisticated online, neuroscience-based instrument, specifically designed to identify the behavioural preferences that directly relate to personal relationships and work performance.
At a glance
• Reduce staff recruitment mistakes
• Reduce staff turnover
• Build effective teams and culture
• Support sales rapport building activity
• Support managers to offer effective coaching
• Identify leadership potential & plan progression
• Reduce psychometric testing costs
Although we know that no one part of the brain does solely one thing, and no one part of the brain acts alone, there is strong evidence that certain parts of the brain do influence behaviour. The PRISM maps represent the dynamic interaction that takes place within the brain and show the relationships between the right and left hemisphere, plus the front half of the brain – the motor cortex and the rear half of the brain – the sensory cortex.