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Beth Witte

2005 Gasconade County, Mo. R-2 Teacher of the Year, 2005 Missouri Teacher of the Year Nominee

“My students have shared their joy and amazement at the feeling of success they achieve using these techniques. In five years of participating in the Missouri Assessment Program for Social Studies, my students have never failed to score the highest in the district. I know that is due in large part to the brain-friendly teaching methods I use. Because of my understanding of differences in learning preferences, I rarely have discipline issues. ”


Daniel Brene

Senior Consultant, Aldi Zelidon

“With my management experience in the private sector for more than 21 years, I became skeptical about tools that were promised to improve my productivity, performance, management skills, and competencies. I was “exposed” to one of the most wonderful experiences through the knowledge I absorbed from this product. This is real….this is something you can see working within the first 4 hours of being in contact with it and using it. This system is different because it is the only Scientific System in the world for its purpose. It helped me become aware of the power of the brain and my strengths for learning and thinking. More importantly, I became more aware of the wonderful differences within all human beings, which makes us special. This is the best way I have seen to show respect to people, to make their strengths stronger and maximize their capacity to learn. It is about understanding and maximizing who we are. ”


Emily Davis

Student

“I would find myself struggling in lecture halls in school and noticed my attention was not where I needed it to be for this style of instruction. With my Brain PathWays assessment and accelerated learning tools I was finally beginning to understand why I was struggling and learned new ways to help me soak in the information being handed to me. This has made me feel better about myself, reduced some stress and helped me make better grades. ”


Gary R. Maule

Project Manager, Integrated Project Management, Inc.

“While working for an engineering and general contracting company I made frequent use of the Hadron Group’s neuroscience program, resulting in enhanced training programs, better process improvement sessions, and improved project results. Project management instructors used the results of the assessment results to modify and upgrade subsequent sessions with teaching aides that were appropriate for the group’s primary brain strength preferences. For many years thereafter, there were many feedback reports from project managers that included reference to the outcomes of these experiences and the assessment instrument and report in helping them to deal with their onsite teams and subcontractors. In the final analysis, this instrument played a significant role in helping our employee population be better leaders, be more understanding of policy and procedure and therefore more consistent in the practice of quality workmanship and producing improved cost and timeline results through effective interaction with project stakeholders. ”


George Schenk

Director, Organizational and Management Development, Monsanto Company

“Information about sensory and cognitive neuroscience strengths can be very valuable at both an individual and a team level. Individually, people need to understand how they learn best in order to be more effective and efficient learners. At a team level, all manner of team interactions can be improved once people understand how brain strengths impact their preferences for working together. The Hadron Group has developed a number of simple, relatively inexpensive tools for helping people leverage their strengths. If you are searching for ways to improve individual learning and team interactions, I would recommend that you take a look at applying these tools in your business. ”


Jim West

Manager, Residential and Small Commercial Marketing, Tennessee Valley Authority

“Several years ago I became the manager of a group of people that I didn’t know and who didn’t know me. Of these twenty, five were also recent hires, so there was still some “getting acquainted” going on within the group when I arrived. One of the first meaningful activities we undertook as a new team was to complete the Learning and Thinking Styles Inventory for everyone. It proved to be one of the best team-building tools I’ve ever used. It was easy to complete, easy to understand, and provided actionable insights about each of us as individuals and about the other members of the team. I’ve used a variety of similar tools through the years, and I’ve found this instrument to be more straightforward and more useful than any other. Five years later, I still have the group summary at hand and refer to it. ”


Saundra J. Hudson

Former CEO, Madison County Urban League

“I contracted with The HADRON Group under the federally funded Department of Education’s grant to provide programming for the Venice, Ill. school district. HADRON assessed learning styles for each student involved in our programs. Sessions were professional and well grounded in educational theory. This effort laid an excellent foundation for what became a successful three-year effort in the local school district. Program evaluations conducted by Southern Illinois University Edwardsville professors upheld that conclusion. ”


Sherrie Brenner-Rector

Parent of seventh grader

“Through your program, my son’s learning style was identified. To have a resource assessment tool that actually helps is fantastic. There has been less homework hassle and more cooperation at home. Thank you for helping to create a successful student who gained independence and support through the knowledge of Learning Keys. ”


Steve Runkel

Business/Asset ‘Value Enhancement’ Consultant

“Not only is this valuable for understanding your own ‘style’ but for understanding HOW YOU LEARN and HOW YOU ABSORB AND PROCESS information presented to you. Your awareness of YOU will immediately translate into a much clearer perspective on how others in your work or social environments LEARN, INTEGRATE and THINK. Other people’s styles become much clearer as you begin to understand yourself to a much deeper level – oh no, don’t think of this as a shot in the arm and a pat on the back - the benefits of Brain PathWays will stay with you for life!

Stretch. Think about ‘super teams’ assembled by balancing various types of ‘learners’ and ‘processors’ to accommodate your unique project’s defined objectives. The sky is clearly not the limit in ways you can use this tool to your personal, group or client’s benefit! And don’t forget to have fun in the process! ”


William F. Goure, Ph.D.

President and Chief Executive Officer, Acumen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

“Brain PathWays is a significant, more powerful tool for those seeking to enhance personal and professional success when compared to conventional Myers-Briggs or other types of personality or temperament assessment tools. Brain PathWays not only gives valuable insight into who you are, more importantly it tells you how to leverage your preferences for learning, thinking and communicating to dramatically increase professional and personal success. Knowing your personality type, while useful, does not help you succeed. In contrast, Brain PathWays tells you how to learn faster, think better, or communicate more effectively, all of which are keys to success! I have used various types of personality assessment tools periodically for over twenty years, but it was not until I used Brain PathWays and Brain Mode Power that I was finally able to effectively focus professional development so that it actually enhanced my effectiveness, productivity and success. I would recommend that anyone truly committed to personal development use these tools at least annually. ”


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