Emergenetics International has been in business since 1991 and was founded by Geil Browning, Ph.D. Dr. Browning and Emergenetics co-founder Wendell Williams, Ph.D., formed the company based on research into the field of brain-science, psychometric evaluation and organizational development. The genesis of the company was the Emergenetics Profile, a 100-question assessment that scientifically measures thinking and behavior. From those beginnings, we have profiled hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world.
Emergenetics works for organizations because all organizations, big or small, are built on people—how they interact and how they work. We build on these interactional and relationship-oriented aspects to provide results that help businesses operate to their highest potential. Emergenetics ultimately provides organizations with the ability to analyze and value their workforce and better capitalize on human assets—whether in terms of productivity, leadership, decision-making, attitudes, or teamwork.
Our process is tried-and-true across industry and specialty. We link the Emergenetics Profile to programs that lead to a facilitated and structured way to approach distinct business issues. Through the lens of Emergenetics theory and concepts, we give organizations the ability to:
- Increase job satisfaction
- Develop the “perfect team”
- Solve problems creatively
- Manage change
- Enhance interpersonal communications
- Accelerate learning
- Increase productivity
- Develop leaders
- Explore, value and maximize cognitive diversity
- Understand clients and colleagues
From one-on-one coaching to team seminars, from one- to five-day retreats to keynote addresses—whatever your needs, we have the experts and the experience to help advance your business. Whether you are hiring, training, promoting, or motivating your team, Emergenetics will facilitate communication, improve mutual understanding, and increase both personal and team effectiveness.
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