Your Team Dynamics
A SAMPLE GROUP REPORT
"Where there’s an agreement, there is power,"says Dr. Sandy Kulkin. Teams that are united by a common understanding of each other’s communication preferences, workplace styles, and use the strengths of each member in a balance are the teams who not only know how to work together but are more effective and successful.
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has never been easier with DISC. A 5-step process ensures that you may avoid and resolve a myriad of issues that other teams face: miscommunication, lack of trust, low morale, and high employee turnover, just to name a few. The steps include:
With more than 35 of experience in helping companies of all sizes maximize team effectiveness, we have identified 5 keys common to all effective teams:
Each of the keys to effective teams requires you to know the personality style, natural team role, values and behavioral attitudes of yourself and your team members.
Each personality style brings specific strengths and benefits to the team. The most effective teams are those comprised of people who possess differing strengths and more importantly, the ability to identify and apply those strengths appropriately.
|Team members are great bottom-line organizers, place high value on time, can handle multiple tasks at once.|
|Team members are great communicators and motivate others to thrive, have a positive sense of humor and negotiate well.|