Adam Brand

Handwriting Analyst

Wednesday 16th of October 2019

Phone Number: 020 8892 6828

Assessing a potential business partner

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  • assessing a potential business partner
  • Posted date:
  • 24-12-2015

When you are deciding whether or not to go into business with someone, it is important to know whether your personalities will be compatible. The person you are considering may be somebody you have just met or maybe someone you have known for many years as a friend. Moving from a social situation to a business situation can lead to surprises. In some cases business partners with different personalities can be a great mix; it allows them to see...

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Handwriting analysis for candidate recruitment

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  • Attitude to risk, candidate recruitment, Attitude to change
  • Posted date:
  • 17-12-2015

If a company is able to obtain indications about the personalities of candidates before inviting them for interview that saves time and money. One way of checking is to look at social media and see what the candidates have posted along with photos. Social media, however, does not always give an accurate picture because the tagged photos could be from many years ago and the posts could have been written under unusual circumstances that do...

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Handwriting analysis for forensic assessment

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  • Solicitors, Handwriting analysis, forensic assessment
  • Posted date:
  • 10-12-2015

Document analysis of legal documents - wills, TR1 forms, mortgages, legal charges, cheques - is not about personality. It is about comparing disputed documents with known samples of a possible author. Handwriting samples can have similar ‘class’ characteristics which are seen among members of the same family or among professionals who have been trained in a similar way, such as architects. But the handwriting examiner will concentrate...

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Events

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  • Graphology at exhibitions,
  • Posted date:
  • 04-12-2015

If people coming to an event do not know each other, handwriting analysis can act as an ice breaker. Delegates and guests will often go up to strangers after an analysis and say "guess what my handwriting says about me!”. That starts conversations between strangers and helps to get an event going. If people coming to an event do know each other, handwriting analyses carried out for a group of colleagues adds to the fun of the programme...

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