Element B: A Catalyst for Action
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Author: Celeste Blackman
People take instruments for a variety of reasons, but mostly because they are looking for answers. They want to learn something about themselves, to become more effective, and to improve their skills. They engage in an assessment with a mindset based on a medical model. Something is wrong, they want a diagnosis and a cure; preferably a fast acting, painless, one that tastes good and has no side effects. They look to the instrument and its administrator, i.e. the doctor, to provide the answers.
Element B is different. Rather than telling people what they are like, the instrument was designed to guide them toward self-discovery and encourage them to determine their own answers. [...]
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