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MindSteep Community Report

Community Excellence Assessment

Mental Patterns Report

Purpose

Traditional methods of community formation, matching  and excellence often leave room for mismatch and discord. This assessment leverages the principles of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) mental patterns / metaprogrammes to optimize community excellence. By profiling individually we aim to forge more harmonious, efficient, and mutually beneficial relationships within communities.

Scope

This report encompasses a broad spectrum of mental patterns derived from both the qualitative and quantitative measurement of individual behaviors and inclinations. The mental patterns studied here range from decision-making styles and motivational patterns to communication tendencies , interests and attitudinal factors and inclinations.

Validation

The assessment algorithms underpinning this report are rooted in scientifically validated concepts from multiple disciplines. These include psychology (Jung, Csikszentmihalyi, Erikson, Graves, Pearls, Talcott Parsons), epistemology (Korzybski, Grinder), linguistics (Chomsky, Lakoff), sociology (Satir, Weber, Pareto, Tönnies), anthropology (Bateson), cybernetics (Wiener, Odobleja).

Importance

Mental patterns function as the unconscious filters through which we perceive, project internally and interact with the world. In a community setting, understanding these underlying structures is pivotal for reducing conflict, fostering collaboration, and increasing overall well-being and excellence.

Methodology and Interpretation

MindSteep  assessments have been tested and utilized by over 150,000 individuals across 12 countries, boasting an α (Cronbach’s Alpha) of 0.84 and a Content Validity Ratio (CVR) of 0.91.

Analysis

For a more nuanced understanding, mental patterns are analyzed in pairs of opposites. This methodology allows us to capture the complete behavioral and cognitive spectrum, ranging from one end of the mental pattern to the opposite end.

Differentiation & Intervals

In our assessments, we employ a unique method of hierarchy differentiation that includes fixed constant intervals between the various values of a mental pattern. This approach lends more granularity to our analysis, making it more sensitive to slight but significant differences between individuals.

Statistical Models

Once the individual's mental pattern values are obtained, they are compared to a statistical distribution model specific to a particular country. This step is crucial for understanding the relative standing of the individual within their cultural context, which in turn is invaluable for community matching and excellence.

The interpretation of Mental Patterns

Intensity or Weakness of the Filter: The mental patterns act as mental filters, affecting how we perceive, process, and interact with our surroundings. The intensity or weakness of these filters is gauged by comparing the individual values to the country-specific model.

Scientific Literature: The descriptive and explanatory texts in this report are grounded in the scientific literature of several key authors, spanning fields as diverse as psychology, epistemology, and sociology, among others. This comprehensive scholarly backing lends further credence to our interpretations.

COMMUNITY EXCELLENCE REPORT

Specific Findings & Individual Interpretations

In this section, the assessment delves into the individual mental patterns of the participant. The report presents the results in terms of how strongly or weakly each metaprogramme filter is applied in the participant’s behavior and decision-making. These results are benchmarked against a country-specific model to provide a more contextual understanding of each filter’s intensity.

AREA MODEL: EUROPE

OPERATIONAL FACTORS

Towards • Away From

Strengths

Highly goal-oriented, less concerned with problem avoidance.

Weaknesses

May neglect potential challenges, relentless goal pursuit.

Opportunities

Positions requiring strong focus on achieving specific outcomes.

Threats

Ignoring potential problems, over-exertion in chasing goals.

Towards

128 / 95

EXTREME HIGH

 People who are Towards oriented are more focused on what they want to achieve. They are often goal-oriented and motivated by the prospect of reaching their goals. People who are towards oriented are also more likely to be optimistic and to see the glass half full.

From a neurological point of view, the towards metaprogram is thought to be related to the way that the brain processes information about the future. The brain is constantly making predictions about the future, and the towards metaprogram helps to prioritize information that is relevant to those predictions.

From a cognitive point of view, the towards metaprogram is thought to be related to the way that people think about the future. People who are towards oriented are more likely to think about the future in positive terms and to focus on what they want to achieve. They are also more likely to be optimistic and to believe that they can achieve their goals.


From an epistemological point of view, the towards metaprogram is thought to be related to the way that people know and understand the future. People who are towards oriented are more likely to believe that the future is something that they can control and that they can make a difference in. They are also more likely to be open to new possibilities and to be willing to take risks in order to achieve their goals.


In business and work, the towards metaprogram can be used to:
Set goals: People who are towards oriented are more likely to set goals and to be motivated to achieve them. They can be valuable assets to businesses that need people who are driven and goal-oriented.
Be innovative: People who are towards oriented are more likely to be innovative and to come up with new ideas. They can be valuable assets to businesses that need people who are creative and who are willing to think outside the box.
Motivate others: People who are towards oriented can be effective motivators. They can inspire others to set goals and to achieve them.
In community and society, the towards metaprogram can be used to:
Promote positive change: People who are towards oriented can be effective change agents. They can be motivated to make a difference in the world and to create a better future for themselves and for others.
Build a better world: People who are towards oriented can be valuable assets to communities and societies. They can help to build a better world by working to solve problems and by making positive changes.
The towards metaprogram is a powerful tool for people who want to achieve their goals and make a difference in the world. By understanding their own towards metaprogram and the towards metaprograms of others, people can use this tool to improve their communication, influence, and decision-making skills.

Away From

12 / 21

LOW

People with an Away From metaprogram are more focused on avoiding  focusing on experiences and outcomes. They are motivated by what they don’t want, rather than what they do want.

From a neurological perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with the amygdala, a part of the brain that is responsible for processing fear and anxiety. When people with an Away From metaprogram encounter something that they perceive as negative, the amygdala sends a signal to the rest of the brain, which triggers a fight-or-flight response. This response can lead to a variety of behaviors, such as avoiding the negative experience, trying to change it, or denying its existence.

From a cognitive perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with negative thinking patterns. People with an Away From metaprogram are more likely to focus on the potential problems and risks associated with a situation, rather than the potential opportunities. They may also engage in catastrophizing, or imagining the worst possible outcome. This can lead to anxiety, stress, and decision-making paralysis.


From an epistemological perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with a belief that the world is a dangerous place. People with an Away From metaprogram may believe that they need to be constantly vigilant in order to avoid danger. They may also believe that the future is uncertain and unpredictable, and that they need to be prepared for the worst. This belief system can lead to a cautious and risk-averse approach to life.


The Away From metaprogram can be used in a variety of ways in business and work. For example, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to be successful in risk management or quality control roles. They may also be more likely to be successful in sales roles, where they are able to identify and avoid objections.
In community and society, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to be involved in safety advocacy or risk management organizations. They may also be more likely to be involved in political activism, where they are working to create a safer and more just world.
However, it is important to note that the Away From metaprogram can also have some negative consequences. For example, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to experience anxiety, stress, and decision-making paralysis. They may also be more likely to miss out on opportunities because they are too focused on avoiding risks.
If you have an Away From metaprogram, it is important to be aware of its potential negative consequences. You can also work to develop a more balanced approach to life, by focusing on both the positive and negative aspects of each situation.

OPERATIONAL FACTORS

Internal • External Reference

Strengths

Highly adaptable, open-minded, eager to learn.

Weaknesses

Struggles with self-confidence, lacks decision-making ability.

Opportunities

Positions requiring strong focus on achieving specific outcomes.

Threats

Ignoring potential problems, over-exertion in chasing goals.

Internal Reference

128 / 95

EXTREME HIGH

 People who are Towards oriented are more focused on what they want to achieve. They are often goal-oriented and motivated by the prospect of reaching their goals. People who are towards oriented are also more likely to be optimistic and to see the glass half full.

From a neurological point of view, the towards metaprogram is thought to be related to the way that the brain processes information about the future. The brain is constantly making predictions about the future, and the towards metaprogram helps to prioritize information that is relevant to those predictions.

From a cognitive point of view, the towards metaprogram is thought to be related to the way that people think about the future. People who are towards oriented are more likely to think about the future in positive terms and to focus on what they want to achieve. They are also more likely to be optimistic and to believe that they can achieve their goals.


From an epistemological point of view, the towards metaprogram is thought to be related to the way that people know and understand the future. People who are towards oriented are more likely to believe that the future is something that they can control and that they can make a difference in. They are also more likely to be open to new possibilities and to be willing to take risks in order to achieve their goals.


In business and work, the towards metaprogram can be used to:
Set goals: People who are towards oriented are more likely to set goals and to be motivated to achieve them. They can be valuable assets to businesses that need people who are driven and goal-oriented.
Be innovative: People who are towards oriented are more likely to be innovative and to come up with new ideas. They can be valuable assets to businesses that need people who are creative and who are willing to think outside the box.
Motivate others: People who are towards oriented can be effective motivators. They can inspire others to set goals and to achieve them.
In community and society, the towards metaprogram can be used to:
Promote positive change: People who are towards oriented can be effective change agents. They can be motivated to make a difference in the world and to create a better future for themselves and for others.
Build a better world: People who are towards oriented can be valuable assets to communities and societies. They can help to build a better world by working to solve problems and by making positive changes.
The towards metaprogram is a powerful tool for people who want to achieve their goals and make a difference in the world. By understanding their own towards metaprogram and the towards metaprograms of others, people can use this tool to improve their communication, influence, and decision-making skills.

External Reference

12 / 21

LOW

People with an Away From metaprogram are more focused on avoiding  focusing on experiences and outcomes. They are motivated by what they don’t want, rather than what they do want.

From a neurological perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with the amygdala, a part of the brain that is responsible for processing fear and anxiety. When people with an Away From metaprogram encounter something that they perceive as negative, the amygdala sends a signal to the rest of the brain, which triggers a fight-or-flight response. This response can lead to a variety of behaviors, such as avoiding the negative experience, trying to change it, or denying its existence.

From a cognitive perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with negative thinking patterns. People with an Away From metaprogram are more likely to focus on the potential problems and risks associated with a situation, rather than the potential opportunities. They may also engage in catastrophizing, or imagining the worst possible outcome. This can lead to anxiety, stress, and decision-making paralysis.


From an epistemological perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with a belief that the world is a dangerous place. People with an Away From metaprogram may believe that they need to be constantly vigilant in order to avoid danger. They may also believe that the future is uncertain and unpredictable, and that they need to be prepared for the worst. This belief system can lead to a cautious and risk-averse approach to life.


The Away From metaprogram can be used in a variety of ways in business and work. For example, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to be successful in risk management or quality control roles. They may also be more likely to be successful in sales roles, where they are able to identify and avoid objections.
In community and society, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to be involved in safety advocacy or risk management organizations. They may also be more likely to be involved in political activism, where they are working to create a safer and more just world.
However, it is important to note that the Away From metaprogram can also have some negative consequences. For example, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to experience anxiety, stress, and decision-making paralysis. They may also be more likely to miss out on opportunities because they are too focused on avoiding risks.
If you have an Away From metaprogram, it is important to be aware of its potential negative consequences. You can also work to develop a more balanced approach to life, by focusing on both the positive and negative aspects of each situation.

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Mind Pattern

Strengths

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Weaknesses

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Opportunities

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Threats

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Mind Pattern

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From a neurological perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with the amygdala, a part of the brain that is responsible for processing fear and anxiety. When people with an Away From metaprogram encounter something that they perceive as negative, the amygdala sends a signal to the rest of the brain, which triggers a fight-or-flight response. This response can lead to a variety of behaviors, such as avoiding the negative experience, trying to change it, or denying its existence.

From a cognitive perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with negative thinking patterns. People with an Away From metaprogram are more likely to focus on the potential problems and risks associated with a situation, rather than the potential opportunities. They may also engage in catastrophizing, or imagining the worst possible outcome. This can lead to anxiety, stress, and decision-making paralysis.


From an epistemological perspective, the Away From metaprogram is associated with a belief that the world is a dangerous place. People with an Away From metaprogram may believe that they need to be constantly vigilant in order to avoid danger. They may also believe that the future is uncertain and unpredictable, and that they need to be prepared for the worst. This belief system can lead to a cautious and risk-averse approach to life.


The Away From metaprogram can be used in a variety of ways in business and work. For example, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to be successful in risk management or quality control roles. They may also be more likely to be successful in sales roles, where they are able to identify and avoid objections.
In community and society, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to be involved in safety advocacy or risk management organizations. They may also be more likely to be involved in political activism, where they are working to create a safer and more just world.
However, it is important to note that the Away From metaprogram can also have some negative consequences. For example, people with an Away From metaprogram may be more likely to experience anxiety, stress, and decision-making paralysis. They may also be more likely to miss out on opportunities because they are too focused on avoiding risks.
If you have an Away From metaprogram, it is important to be aware of its potential negative consequences. You can also work to develop a more balanced approach to life, by focusing on both the positive and negative aspects of each situation.

Discussion and Conclusion

The results of this mindset patterns assessment offer a nuanced and scientifically grounded perspective on the participant’s behavioral tendencies and cognitive filters. Using a robust algorithm informed by a diverse array of scientific fields—from psychology and sociology to cybernetics and epistemology—the report lays the foundation for a more intentional and context-aware engagement with one’s community.

Benchmarking against country-specific models, community, company, department or team models, adds another layer of contextual richness, allowing the participant to understand how their filters interact with localized norms and expectations. Such comprehensive analysis, underpinned by a methodology that has been tried and tested across various countries and demographics, lends a high degree of reliability to the findings.

Key Takeaways

The assessment is not merely an isolated study of mindset (attitudes, motivation, interests, etc.) traits but a tool for promoting better community excellence and integration.

While individual scores on metaprogrammes indicate innate tendencies, it is their contextual interpretation that truly unlocks the value of this assessment.

With an α of 0.84 and CVR of 0.91, the reliability and validity of these assessments are well-established, giving participants and community organizers alike a credible resource for decision-making.

Recommendations

Based on the specific findings, participants are encouraged to:

  • Engage in coaching sessions, training sessions, or workshops to further explore how their metaprogrammes influence their daily interactions and decision-making processes.
  • Consider the report’s insights when choosing roles, responsibilities, and projects within their community to ensure a better alignment with their innate preferences and cognitive styles.
  • Share these findings with community leaders, educators, or mentors who can facilitate more adaptive and inclusive environments.

By understanding and applying the insights gained from this assessment, participants have an invaluable opportunity to contribute more effectively to their communities, fostering environments that are not just inclusive but also resonant with the diverse cognitive filters that each individual brings to the table.

Personalized Support

The MindSteep Report aims to serve as a starting point for a journey toward greater self-awareness and community integration. However, the true power of this assessment lies in its applied utility. To fully unlock the insights provided in this report, participants are strongly encouraged to take the next steps:

Personal Interpretation Session

Understanding your metaprogrammes in depth often requires nuanced discussion and personalized interpretation. Book a personal interpretation session with a certified expert to delve deeper into your unique metaprogramme profile.

Metaprogramme Adjustment Coaching

If the report indicates certain metaprogrammes that you would like to enhance or diminish in intensity, consider a specialized coaching session. These sessions aim to provide you with actionable strategies to either intensify or weaken specific metaprogrammes as per your goals.

Coping Mechanisms Coaching

Not all metaprogrammes are equally strong or even present in each individual. If there’s a specific metaprogramme that you find lacking but necessary for your personal or professional growth, we offer coaching sessions focused on building effective coping mechanisms.

Secure Your Coaching Session

By engaging in these follow-up services, you are taking a proactive step toward leveraging your metaprogramme assessment for tangible growth and better community excellence.
To avail of any of these advanced services, please use this link to schedule your coaching session.

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