Whether a team is newly formed or has been working together for a while, if they’re demonstrating unhealthy behaviours it’s time for them to press the ‘reset’ button and learn some team working skills.
Conflicts between individuals and assumptions about roles, responsibilities and abilities are often the cause of dysfunctional teams. This lack of clarity breeds mistrust, which is the undoing of a successful goal achievement for any team.
There's often a corporate assumption that people who are excellent technically must also be good at working together. This assumption is proven incorrect time after time. There's no question of the importance of having a team with the hard skills and knowledge required to do the job, but behaviour is a critical element that also needs to be considered.
With our assessments, you can gain a deeper understanding of how your team behaves, which will help create an environment of understanding and enable effective team working skills that satisfy the preferences of all team members.