Hermeneutic Resource Analysis®


The Hermeneutic Resource Analysis® helps people better understand where they are in life, what problems they are encountering, and how best to proceed to solve those problems and improve their life. This new tool provides a key to discovering an individual's strengths, resources and potentials. While taking the test may seem more like fun than serious work, it is in actuality a sophisticated instrument to help the individual develop skills in communication, decision-making, conflict resolution, and motivation.

Would you like an assessment of your current situation, support in your personal development, or find out ways to make changes in your life?



Fields of application
The Hermeneutic Resource Analysis® is a new tool specially developed for consultants, coaches, psychologists, trainers and teachers in personality-oriented education, leadership development, as well as HR managers working with various assessments for personnel selection procedures.

Using carefully selected art images arranged in an order that leads to progressively deeper insights, key topics and content can be easily communicated and understood. This method of sharing information is fun for both coach and client, teacher and student, psychologist and patient. As a result, people working with the Hermeneutic Resource Analysis® can not only understand each other analytically and intellectually, but can also connect on an emotional level where new awareness can emerge and real and sustainable learning and change can take place.

Personality-oriented education
Up-to-date personality-oriented education includes working with self-knowledge, self-management and social skills. At its core, the Hermeneutic Resource Analysis®  helps support workshop participants, students or clients to deal responsibly with themselves and their professional or personal environment. The results of each Hermeneutic Resource Analysis® show an individual's strengths and potentials in a variety of life situations, involving leadership, communication (both inner and outer), conflicts, team behavior and relationships with others.

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