KLIO-CS is an evaluation of a person's cognitive and social styles, and aims to determine their preferences in terms of selecting information, making decisions, learning, and relating to others. Its purpose is to facilitate self-awareness and self-knowledge of the person, as a basis for their development as a professional and as a leader.
Based on the self-generated knowledge, the participant can know his/her "anchor", his/her basic style that represents his/her strength, and at the same time indicates his/her possible bias and blind spots, so that (s)he learns about the totality of possibilities to determine his/her points and areas of development.
The theoretical basis is the Leadership Paradox Theory based on neurosciences that argues that contemporary professionals need to be versatile and flexible in order to face the complexity of their environment. That requires a mindset and the repertoire of paradoxical behaviors to be able to relate to people with very different styles, and thus enhance their level of emotional and social intelligence and their influence on other people.
EQqualia™ is a cloud based software designed specifically for the NeuroTrainingLab, to allow the administration of professionals operating in the NeuroTrainingLab (observers, actors) and of programs and participants, and the systematic observation of leadership indicators.
EQqualia allows recording, second by second, through an intuitive control panel, all indicators of leadership skills, non-verbal behavior and biometric / EEG patterns, in the course of observation.
The software also allows the systematic recording of feedback, in order to produce summaries and automated reports after the observation.
The BrainBalance is a model based on the Healthy Mind Platter (Rock, Siegel, Poelmans, Payne, 2012), elaborating and organizing the elements into a model that consists of four paradoxical axes grouping 9 activities that help maintaining and improving brain health, wellbeing and performance.
The basic principle of the BrainBalance is that brain health and performance are a function of the extent to which a human exercises and alternates nine complementary activities that are each associated with different electro-encephalographic activity or brain waves (alpha, beta, gamma, SMR, theta, delta). By alternating activities that exert and rest the brain, it recuperates faster so it can perform better and longer.