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.
PRISM provides three distinct, eight dimensional, profiles, or 'maps', of a person's behaviour: how they naturally prefer to behave; the extent to which they feel it necessary to modify that behaviour on occasions to achieve key objectives, and the overall pattern of behaviour that they tend to use most of the time.
In addition to the behaviour dimension maps, PRISM generates up to a 60 page personalised report which identifies and measures 26 key aspects of work preference and thereby can provide an overview of predicted performance.
PRISM has significant benefits for both practitioners and organisations. PRISM is capable of producing highly detailed Neuroscience based reports, which effectively replace a whole range of other popular inventories and reports currently in the market which detail:
Personality type indicators (The Big 5)
Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Resilience - mental toughness
360° (Including full competency reporting)
Job/Role profiling selection
For practitioners, this means only the need to pay one fee and attend one PRISM accreditation event, in order to then be able to provide your clients with a full range of reports that can be customised to meet their specific needs. This also means that your customers only need to access one site, complete their profile questions online once, and likewise only pay once.
PRISM will replace most, if not all, of the most popular profiles and inventories, without the need to send staff on several costly and time consuming training and licensing events.
For companies, this means that L&D/HR professionals do not need to engage a number of different suppliers in order to run a range of often conflicting and very different inventories, thus significantly reducing cost, time and the pressure on internal resources. If a company wishes to license a whole community of practitioners, QA can easily run an on-site event at a fraction of the existing cost of having practitioners individually licensed to run such a variety of different reports.
In addition PRISM maintains its market leading position by developing and adding new products. PRISM uses scientific research to continually validate its reliability and integrity. You will be joining a community of practise that has a global reach.
Who will the course benefit?
HR Business Partners, Recruitment Professionals, OD Managers, L&D Managers, Learning Consultants, Training professionals, Coaches, Mentors Executive coaches, Business Development Professionals, Leaders, Managers and Team Leaders
By the end of the course and once you have qualified as a 'Certified' PRISM Practitioner you will be able to:
Provide exceptionally powerful coaching & feedback sessions using PRISM as individual assessment and ongoing development tool
Use PRISM to profile and screen candidates for assessment centers, recruitment, career progression, succession planning and role profiling using the unique PRISM benchmarking facility
Use PRISM for ongoing assessment, development, appraisal and performance management
Create fully customised PRISM 360° evaluations for both individual and team feedback / development
The initial course to become a Certified PRISM Practitioner is an intensive two-day programme which includes an assessment of the candidate's understanding and application of the instrument prior to becoming an accredited user. The accreditation will enable the candidate to use PRISM competently and confidently.
The course content covers how the model uses the latest neuroscientific research and how it links to the Illustrations PRISM uses to graphically explain how the brain influences behavioural preferences and competency.
All applications of the PRISM model are demonstrated and practised during the training, enabling the practitioner to appreciate the wide range of PRISM applications.
Practitioner Programme Content
Psychology and Neuroscience - the differences
Brain structures and functions
How the brain creates behaviour
How we see the world and adapt to cope with different situations
The PRISM colours and their meaning
Perceived behaviour and overdone strengths
The eight PRISM dimensions of behaviour
Underlying, Adapted and Consistent behaviour maps
Analysing and interpreting profile maps
Job benchmarking and profiling
PRISM for recruitment
Interviewing techniques - observing behaviours
360 degree feedback
'The Big Five' creating and measuring competencies