The S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM self-assessment examines the first five of the six S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM domains: Security, Autonomy, Fairness, Esteem and Trust. Results of the assessment indicate the importance you attach to each domain and gives an understanding of your specific responses to situations and the potential impacts of the identified S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM profile on yourself and on others.

A 50 question online assessment with a professional report that can be used:

  • to support individual, self-paced, self-development initiatives
  • as a self reflection tool, or to support coach facilitated work
  • as the basis of a discussion for relationships
  • as part of a team, or workshop exercise

Learn More  S.A.F.E.T.Y. Report

MBS Leadership Assessment (MBSLA)

This scientifically validated brain-based leadership assessment, along with tailored feedback and a personalized development plan help build the resilient and integrated brain required to thrive in today’s complex environment. The MBSLA is the quickest, most efficient way to create meaningful change.

  • Completely objective and direct measure of a leader’s brain
  • Targets key brain processes and capacities that directly impact
    leadership behaviors with online, brain-based exercises that
    directly measure and build your brain capacities in specifically
    targeted areas of the brain
  • 12 month subscription to your personalized dashboard,
    re-assessments and brain exercises


Bundling benefits

The MBSLA and S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM self-assessment profiles together provide a comprehensive map of your brain.  The MBSLA gives an objective, neuropsychological readout of your brain capacities, and where your strengths and weaknesses exist in terms of brain output. The S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM self-assessment gives you insights into how important each of the social motivating triggers are for you in the quest for psychological safety.  Revealing both your brain capacities and your triggers, will give you the best chance of truly understanding the “what”, “so what” and “now what”:

  • WHAT: are my strengths/weaknesses that drive my behavior
  • SO WHAT: does this mean for the way in which I treat others
    and how they see me
  • NOW WHAT: can I do about optimizing my decision making/
    performance based upon this knowledge.

A good analogy is that of a computer system.  The underlying hardware within the system is what dictates the performance of the computer….how fast is the processor, how much storage does the hard drive have etc.  The software is what allows you to actually translate the hardware to something useful, like playing music, video conferencing or printing a beautiful picture.

In the same way, your brain capacities from the MBSLA are somewhat akin to the hardware of a computer, they are wired-in based on nature and nurture – the engine that drives your performance .  The S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM triggers, on the other hand, serve as the software within this system, they dictate the behavior seen by the outside world.   These triggers are created mainly though experience and emotions, and can be subject to changes or “upgrades” more easily than the brain capacities, based upon the specific situation.

Taking a holistic approach by managing your brain capacities (“hardware”) and S.A.F.E.T.Y.TM triggers (“software”), is the best way to ensure that you can optimize your life and make it stick!