What Makes Your Team Tick

Team-Work & Team-Roles is designed to help individuals and teams understand and improve team performance. By understanding their preferences, individuals and teams may modify their behaviour and become better problem solvers and decision makers. Team-Work & Team-Roles identifies the individual's and the team's preferences for the phases of a team task and for the roles that must be played in order to accomplish that task.

Using the assessment, individuals rank-order statements describing their manner of working on a team. Then, a team profile and group discussion help the teams to discover how they can modify their behaviour to ensure roles and phases are addressed.

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Team-work & Team-roles Participant Guide


Self Assessment: Order One Per Participant.

Participant Guide includes

  • 18-item assessment
  • Pressure-sensitive response form
  • Description of the Team-Work Cycle and Team-Roles Model
  • Diagrams for charting scores/creating profiles
  • Interpretive information
  • Team-Work Style Descriptions
  • Tips for building on team strengths/overcoming weaknesses
  • Exploration questions/action planning
Code: 209
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Team-work & Team-roles Facilitator Guide

£158.50 excl VAT

Facilitator Guide: Order One Guide Per Trainer.

The Guide includes

  • Administrative guidelines
  • Optional 2-hour workshop
  • Experiential learning methodology
  • Description of the Team-Work Cycle and Team-Roles Model
  • Interpretive information
  • Technical information including validity and normative data
  • Sample training designs
  • Training outline template
  • 4 supplemental activities
  • A downloadable link containing PowerPoint® presentations and reproducible masters including a certificate of achievement, training evaluation, and handouts
  • Sample copy of the Participant Guide
  • Convenient binder format

Pinpoint which phases of group work interest your teams most and identify which behavioural role(s) team members habitually play or ignore with this 84-page facilitator guide

Code: 209G