The following factors differentiate Neuro-Agility from other neuroscience and agility constructs:
A new construct that fills performance gaps:
Based on research, business needs, and future trends, neuro-agility fills performance gaps in agility constructs that do not address the brain-based elements that impact how uniquely people learn, how they are talented, and why some learn faster, easier, and are more flexible than others, shedding light on issues such as learning problems and risk for human error – issues that have not sufficiently been addressed before.
It offers a holistic neuroscience framework for performance optimization:
The construct of neuro-agility offers a clear, holistic framework for performance optimization from a mind-brain perspective, which has not been offered before. The neuro-agility framework takes into consideration the interplay between the drivers that optimize brain performance and elements of cognitive flexibility. This has profound implications for people in education, learning and development, talent development, and health and safety industries, as a person’s level of neuro-agility is a strong indicator of their performance.
Neuro-Design is a new construct for mind-brain elements that impact cognitive flexibility:
The neurological design framework forms part of the holistic construct of neuro-agility. In short it is referred to as neuro-design. The neuro-design framework consists of various neurophysiological elements that affect people’s learning, thinking, and cognitive flexibility. It is the most comprehensive, multi-dimensional framework yet, and has not been offered in such a holistic manner. This framework offers fresh insights into people’s unique potential. It also assists psychometrists in grounding their psychological research and assessments into neuroscience constructs.
It follows an interdisciplinary approach to mechanisms influencing brain function:
The construct of neuro-agility integrates neurophysiological understanding of the mechanisms that influence brain function from other scientific disciplines like education and psychology, which offers new insights, implications, and solutions for teachers, lecturers, coaches, sports coaches, educational psychologists, remedial teachers, counselors, and people development professionals in the business.
Brain agility as a driver that optimizes brain performance has not been measured in formal assessments for adults before
Brain agility has not been measured in formal assessments for adults before, which offers new insights, possibilities, and solutions for people doing educational, psychometric, physical, and sports performance assessments and optimization.
It offers new insights for understanding and minimizing an individual’s risk for error:
The interplay between stress, fatigue, and people’s brain hemisphere, eye, ear, and hand dominance, impacts their potential risk for human error. Reducing risk for human error is essential in any situation where people do dangerous jobs, operate dangerous machinery, have to pay attention to important detail, or have to make accurate split-second decisions during stress to minimize or prevent the occurrence of mistakes, accidents, and most importantly, save lives. Although industries do a lot to minimize human error through policies, procedures, systems, and technology, little is done to help people reduce their risk for error. Reducing personal risk for error is crucial to industries like the military, manufacturing, mining, and competitive sports that require 0 error.
It offers a holistic approach to drivers that optimize brain health and performance:
The construct of neuro-agility offers a holistic approach to drivers that increase the ease and speed with which people learn, think, and process information, which has novel implications for professionals responsible for performance improvement and/or the brain health of others. The drivers that optimize your brain performance, offer a valid framework to indicate your overall brain fitness