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Emergenetics Profiling

Jennifer is an Advanced Accredited Associate of the proven, cutting-edge, profiling tool, Emergenetics.

Emergenetics represents the most current thinking in psychometric profiling and utilises robust neuroscience research.  Individual and team profiles are clearly presented so you can significantly enhance individual, team and organisational performance.


Why Use Emergenetics for Psychometric testing?

Regardless of the size of your business, good and effective communication is one of the biggest challenges in any organisation. Excellent communication is the foundation of high-performing teams and their success.


Why is it we find it easy to get along with some people and have instant rapport and yet with others we find we just don’t click and can be completely irritated by their behaviour?

We explain why...

Emergenetics works by profiling our preferred thinking and behavioural attributes. With this self-awareness, you learn how to:

  • Communicate with people you just couldn’t get along with

  • Build genuine relationships whilst respecting and understanding different views

  • Play to your strengths

  • And, if leading a team, harness the whole team's strengths reducing misunderstandings and conflict


With Emergenetics you can:

  • Empower your employees

  • Build stronger teams

  • Improve Communication

  • Increase Motivation 

  • Increase Performance           

Read how others have benefited from working with Jennifer:

“Following your recent workshop it was really interesting to hear the team talking about the sessions, they were really enthusiastic about  Emergenetics. This was so nice because the Manager of this team is my counterpart and [although we’re on the other side of the Atlantic] we now feel like we are truly part of the same team :-). 
My colleagues are now using the Emergenetics App to share their profiles and I think it’s a really neat idea and I’d like to get involved!” - Nicola Powell, Manager, Treatt plc

Team session held in Cambridge

Emergenetics Team session held in Cambridge

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