Improving your performance with an agile workforce

If you’ve been going through business transformation, your people will need to be as agile as your processes. Increasing the agile brainpower of every individual, leader and team will help you reduce the cost of change and enable them to think faster and more innovatively, learn faster and perform better.

Neuro-agility helps you boost performance by building an agile workforce, able to out-think, out-create and out-perform your competition. People adapt, learn, and perform better in new and changing workplaces.

Developed by neuro-scientist, Dr Andre Vermeulen, Neuro-agility is a trackable, measurable tool that helps individuals and teams work simpler, better, faster, by becoming more brain fit.



Watch our introduction to Neuro-agility

The ability to learn faster than competitors may be the only sustainable competitive advantage

Arie de Geus

Arie de Geus, Shell Oil former CEO

Stimulate your brain with a brain boogie! 

To find out more information about Neuro-agility, please call us now on 01628 488990 or click here to use our contact form. 

7 benefits of improving brainpower:

1. Improves individual and team performance

Improving brain fitness, helps people work faster and smarter, so they achieve their goals more productively

2. Develops leadership and change management skills

Problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity. Based on accurate understanding of their neurological design, leaders and managers have a clearer understanding of how uniquely they deal with change, solve complex problems, think, learn, serve, influence, and inspire

3. Improves emotional intelligence

Providing a predictive analysis and accurate awareness and management of their neurological design

4. Enhances wellness, heath and safety

Helping manage stress, fatigue, identifying and minimising risk for human error, reducing accidents and promoting workplace happiness

5. Promotes a learning culture

Helping improve people’s ability to learn faster, concentrate and remember, stainable advantage for the future

6. Improves talent selection and recruitment

Helping you align people’s neuro-design with the jobs they do more effectively

7. Boosts engagement

With people having an accurate understanding of who they are, how they fit in and can best contribute

Neuro-agility to improve performance of leaders and teams

Watch our three part webinar series on Neuro-agility

Get your Neuro-agility profile and a debrief

The Neuro-agility Profile enables you to discover your own neuro-design, the drivers and factors impacting neuro-agility.  Click here to download a sample individual brain profile.

Have a team masterclass with profiles

Click here to download a team neuro-agility profile

Become a practitioner

Click here to download our guide to becoming accredited in Neuro-agility. 

All Learning and performance starts with the brain. What you don’t know you cannot use, what you don’t measure cannot be easily developed.

Become an Accredited Practitioner and lead the way in neuro-agility impact.

Potential Income Sources

  • Purchase to sale of profile margins – pricing of profiles will incorporate the debrief and coaching at your rate
  • Ability to provide additional and new insight into team dynamics PLUS any of your existing management, leadership & team programmes
  • Complements all and any existing profiling, adding depth of the initial consideration of the brain
  • Application in any industry & business, education and sport
  • Potential to deliver neuro-agility masterclasses


  • Initial pre-course training – on-line: workbooks, videos and activities
  • 1-day local workshop and interactive webinar training sessions
  • Assessment
  • Initial debrief support with 2 free profile tokens
  • Ongoing support from the wider global community

About Neuro-agility

Neuro-agility is about the readiness of all the senses and brain regions to function as one integrated whole brain system, being receptive and responsive to receive and transmit bio-chemical impulses at optimum capacity under new and potentially stressful conditions. People who are highly agile have the flexibility to learn new skills, attitudes and behaviours fast and easy and unlearn old behaviour patterns quickly.
There are six drivers of brain agility to optimise brain fitness and performance. The interplay between a person’s neurological design and the drivers that optimise their brain performance, significantly influences the ease, speed, and flexibility with which people learn and their propensity for error.

The collective mental flexibility of an organisation’s workforce to continuously adapt and adjust to new systems, strategies, structures, and technology is their greatest competitive advantage. Learning, therefore, is not only the DNA of the mind but also the DNA of any progressive and competitive organisation. A learning organisation is an organisation that nurtures and improves a culture of learning and innovation—one in which employees continuously seek, share, and apply new knowledge and skills to improve individual and organisational performance and drive business results.

As organisations become more complex and dynamic, peoples’ ability to learn from experience becomes more important. It is referred to as “learning agility,” and the concept has attracted considerable attention from human resource professionals and consultants interested in selecting and developing employees’ ability to learn from experience.

Before people can be learning-agile, they need to optimise the drivers that influence their brain performance and overall “brain fitness.” People also need to integrate all the neurophysiological attributes that impact their learning agility and learning ability. This competence is referred to as neuro-agility. Developing neuro-agility is a prerequisite for the brain to function at optimum level as an integrated whole-brain system without any neurological hindrances.

Knowing your unique neurological design and understanding the drivers that impact this, is the key to neuro-agility, talent development and performance improvement

Dr Andre Vermeulen