Team Analysis

Teams are an integral part of today’s work environment. Effective teams achieve results far beyond what individuals could accomplish on their own. But team building is far more than putting a group of people together and hoping for the best.

Team Analysis gathers information about team members in twelve essential areas, does an analysis of the data and produces an insightful report that increases the team’s likelihood of success. It assists the Team Leader to get the most from every member of the team and effectively guide the way to the achievement of team goals.

The Team Analysis Report: A report that serves the team leader as a guide for assuring the accomplishment of the team’s objectives. It spotlights the strengths each member brings to the team and how to capitalize on those strengths. The report also suggests actions the leader can take to improve the performance of all team members while increasing their own effectiveness as a leader. The report has four sections:

  • The Team Balance Table – a visual summary of where the Team Leader and each Member scored on each of the twelve factors. This table allows the Leader to easily see the team’s overall representation on each factor.
  • Overall Team Balance – An exploration of the characteristics not well represented on the team.
  • Behavioural Factors – The team members with scores in each factor are identified. The Team Leader uses this data to easily apply the natural characteristics of team members to accomplish team goals.
  • The Team Leader Action Summary – This summary has action steps for supervising the greatest contribution from every member of the team (based on the Behavioural Factors section)

Twelve Essential Team Building Factors

• Control
• Composure
• Social
• Analytical
• Patience
• Results Orientation
• Precision
• Emotions
• Ambition
• Team Player
• Positive Expectancy
• Quality Orientation

Put Team Analysis to work in your organization and
be assured your teams will produce the results you need.

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