Teams are the Engines that Drive Successful Organizations
TEAMS EXIST TO PRODUCE RESULTS. Research shows that the most successful teams have the means in place to take action and they build effective relationships to motivate and sustain action.
The Team Diagnostic Assessment, developed by Team Coaching International, is a state of the art instrument, based on a proven model that defines the necessary strengths for high-performing, sustainable, inspired teams.
The Team Diagnostic Assessment is right if your team…
- isn’t working well together
- is newly formed and wants to get a strong start
- has had a change in leadership or membership
- is approaching or already at a burn-out stage
- is responsible for reaching challenging goals
The Team Diagnostic Assessment offers:
- A practical way to measure the system that is the team.
- A comprehensive model that defines strengths teams need in order to succeed.
- A new mindset that takes the focus off of individual team members’ one-to-one relationships, and focuses instead on the entity that is the team.
The Team Diagnostic Assessment model defines seven separate productivity factors and seven positivity factors. This constellation of strengths provides a complete picture for high-performing teams.
|Team Productivity Strengths
||Team Positivity Strengths
The Team Diagnostic Assessment report compiles individual team members’ responses to an anonymous online instrument. Below are some of the sample graphs.
The Team Diagnostic Assessment is comprised of a 5-step process:
|1. Discovery Session||Define desired outcomes for team development.||Team coaches and team leader|
|2. Deploy Team Diagnostic Assessment||Anonymous online instrument with comprehensive 35+ page report.||Entire team|
|3. Team Offsite Session||Team report is delivered and debriefed, team begins to learn new concepts for working together, next steps are formed for ongoing team development.||Team coaches and entire team|
|4. Team Coaching||One to two times per month for a minimum of 6 to 12 months, solidifies the team’s development and creates structure for positive change.||Team coaches and entire team|
|5. Follow-Up Team Assessment||Creates a second benchmark and progress measure as a way to refine ongoing teamwork and development.||Entire team|
Ready to learn more? Contact Martha Carnahan, PCC, CPCC. Martha is an authorized facilitator of the Team Diagnostic Assessment (developed by Team Coaching International) and is ready to work with you to create your high performing, sustainable and inspired team.