Neuro Agility Profile® Brain Potential

What is a NAP™ Brain Potential assessment?

The NAP™ Brain Potential assessment is an instrument that measures elements of primary importance to identify people’s brain potential and improve their mental flexibility. NAP™ Brain Potential is an assessment frequently used by business consultants, coaches, therapists, and team leaders to understand the thinking and communication preferences of the people they interact with. It is an assessment that helps people to identify their potential, and increase their self-awareness about their mental and communication preferences.  It measures brain-mind elements that influence how mentally flexible they are. Ultimately, it helps people to develop a brain and mind that is fast, focused, and flexible.

Doing a NAP™ Brain Potential is a valuable assessment to answer questions like:

  • Who am I?
  • Who is my client?
  • Who am I coaching?
  • Who am I interacting with?
  • Who are my team members?
  • Who am I in a relationship with?
  • What is the figurative language I speak?
  • How can I improve my mental flexibility?
  • What is my brain potential and how can I develop it further?
  • What is my potential risk for errors and mistakes during stress?

The purpose of the NAP™ Brain Potential is to:

  • Identify and understand your unique potential (Neuro Design)
  • Align who you are (your Neuro Design) with what you do (your job functions)
  • Develop your talent
  • Manage your risk for mistakes and human error
  • Develop the ability to maintain multiple ideas and understandings simultaneously
  • Quickly recognize patterns and connections
  • Move between various modes of learning and thinking fast and easy
  • Think creatively and analytically, simultaneously
  • Learn, unlearn, and relearn quickly and easily
  • Adjust mindsets faster
  • Solve complex problems faster and easier
  • Understand the role you play in teams and the roles of others
  • Improve team agility
  • Communicate more effectively
  • Understand your figurative communication language
  • Be expressive and receptive, verbal and non-verbal simultaneously
  • Develop a fast, focused, and flexible mind

What is the NAP™ Brain Potential used for?

  • Mental agility improvement
  • Brain potential identification
  • Talent development
  • Increasing the ease and speed with which you think and learn
  • Reducing the risk of mistakes and human error
  • Enhancing agile mindsets
  • Developing high-performing, agile individuals, leaders and teams
  • Enhancing social cohesion in teams
  • Strengthening relationships
  • Improving communication and resolving interpersonal conflict
  • Improving emotional intelligence


  • 100 easy online questions (30-45 minutes to complete)
  • 21-page online report illustrating 6 elements of brain potential (neurological design) and offering suggestions to improve it
  • Group report if needed
  • Translated into various languages

Who will benefit from doing a NAP™ Brain Potential assessment?

  • Anyone who wants to understand themselves better
  • Any person who wants to think faster and easier
  • People who want to strengthen their relationships
  • People who want to communicate more effectively and resolve conflict
  • Companies aspiring to be more agile organizations and effective
  • Companies that want to reduce their risk of human errors and mistakes
  • Leaders
  • Team members


  • Increase your mental agility
  • Agile thinking, learning, and communication
  • Accelerate brain power skills like complex problem-solving and critical and creative thinking
  • Increase personal awareness and understanding of yourself
  • Manage yourself more effectively.
  • Clearer social awareness of others
  • More effective management of others
  • Adapt faster and easier to symbolic thinking and learning languages of others
  • Strengthen relationships with others
  • Understand the different roles and contributions of team members
  • Optimize team agility
  • Manage errors and mistakes more effectively, especially during stress
  • Optimize cognitive flexibility (one of the most desired human skills for success and employability)
  • Improve emotional intelligence (one of the most desired human skill sets for success and employability)

Elements Evaluated in the NAP™ Brain Potential

Brain-Mind Elements of Your Neurological Design:

  • Relative/functional lateral preferences
  • Expressive – receptive preferences
  • Figurative thinking and learning languages – brain quadrants
  • Rational – emotional preferences
  • Brain and sensory information processing preferences
  • Sensory learning preferences
  • Neuro-Design Flexibility dashboard