The HumanGuide Concepts
Here you find overall information about the HumanGuide-concepts.
What does it mean? Well, if you like to develop yourself in some way, then you need to change yourself. Then your brain will create resistance. Why? It will save your energy! If you then should succeed with your development, then you must be disciplined and establish the new way to act. It is not so easy for people to discipline themselves. It is human. Therefore we have developed and continously improve the HumanGuide-concepts so that you can get support for your development. Why a blue thread? Because the factor Structure (according to the theory Eight Boxes) is best on discipline, and it has blue as its symbolic colour! Look below.
An overview of the HumanGuide-concepts
The meaning of the factors in the theory Eight boxes
- An explanation on one page for the factors in the theory
- A video, which explains the symbolic colours for the factors (voice in English and text in Portuguese)
- An extract of a chapter from the book Let the Personality Bloom & Here you can download an extract of the book)
An ”operating instruction” in order to interpret a PersonProfile via HumanGuide
A fact sheet for HumanGuide Cards
A validation study in Brazil (and also manual)
From this address you can download.
Malcolm Gladwell writes about tests
By the way... I like what Malcolm Gladwell writes, because I have read the most of his books. He does always a thorough work and it is based on a lot of research. He writes well too and with a lot of examples. I like especially that he is an independent thinker, so very often he comes up with new useful perspectives.
He has written an article about personality tests e.g. if it can predict someone's behavior in a war... In the article you find information about Rohrschach, MBTI, TAT and so-called assessment center.
If you read the article, then try to answer the question: What value had probably Sandy on the HG factors and how can that explain his behavior in the war?
- About personality tests, by Malcolm Gladwell