Emergenetics is a multi-faceted tool for understanding human behaviour and the unique differences in the way people approach work and life. Emergenetics combines sophisticated left-brain/right-brain analysis with behavioural tendencies, resulting in a clear, defined perspective on personality unlike any other.

With Emergenetics, you get a colour-coded, easy-to-understand window into who a person truly is.

It is the combination of genetics and experiences that intertwine to form recognisable patterns that can be used to improve communication and productivity.

“Emergenetics is not just a workshop…it helps people understand themselves and their colleagues better…it is done in a friendly way such that people are actually able to learn as they enjoy themselves, which is the most effective way of learning…I would strongly recommend companies and organisations to try it because the working relationships and communication amongst staff members would improve.”
Prof. Chin Jing Jih, President of the Executive Council Singapore Medical Association


DiSC is a four-quadrant behavioural model based on the work of Dr. William Marston to examine the behaviour of individuals in their environment or within a specific situation. Since its creation in 1928, DiSC has gone on to become a classic personality-profiling tool due to its practicality and easy understanding. Participants will be able to enhance and improve their workplace relationships using knowledge gained from human behavioural differences.

In this experiential workshop, participants would not only have the opportunity to uncover their preferred behavioural style(s) at the workplace, they would also partake in pair and group discussions, and learning activities that can bring the DiSC traits to life.

“Thank you to the Right Impact team. The use of experiential learning to create a powerful experience for the participants is really a success. The participants understand the different personality traits through the DISC profiling. Activities bonded the participants and let them know the importance of a shared vision, overcoming the resistance in change and mutual trust among team members. Thanks again for the professionalism and the commitment to the programme.”

Serene Ong, Human Resource Executive Changi General Hospital


One of the world’s most popular, accurate and reliable personality type assessments, the MBTI was originally created in 1962, to help people make better career matches and appreciate human differences. Today, we apply the MBTI in corporate environments for the purpose of helping employees prevent and resolve workplace conflicts, build productive relationships and draw out their potential in achieving their best at work.

From highly participative type exercises to indoor or even outdoor team challenges, participants would have the opportunity to answer the self-scorable MBTI questionnaire and be encouraged to apply their learning under mild stress levels. As the saying goes, our true selves would often surface when under pressure. So let’s see the type characteristics being played out and the intricate lessons that we can learn here.

“The (MBTI) workshop was very insightful. It provided an opportunity to obtain a better understanding of one’s personality. More importantly, it gave an overview of the group’s personalities. This will be instrumental on how we move the organisation forward.”

Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre