To make a team stronger, it is important to assess the strengths and traits of each individual member. Utilizing a profile test as well as exercises and activities, we work to assess the skillsets of each individual for more clarity.
Employee Profiling and Behavioural Styles in teams explored through interactive experiential team building activities and games.
‘Thank you for the Belbin team profile testing, it really helped us to understand some emerging team strengths’. Coles 2013
Understanding your team and the individuals helps any group grasp knowledge of how to perform better, be smarter and truly function at its maximum. Team building can really start once groups understand who they are and how they operate and what they all need.
- Discover what their behavioral style is
- How their Behavioural Styles impacts others in the group
- Better clarify and work to understand the differences and similarities they share with others in their team
- Learn tools necessary to working with others with different Behavioural Style backgrounds
Learning Outcome: Understanding more about others in your team will become crucial to your success. Work to build your own tools of perception and observation in order to better assess the skills of team members in the future.
What History Tells Us About Human Behavior:
- Astrologists (Earliest of Times) – elements of earth, wind, water, and fire influenced people’s behavior
- Hippocrates (4BC)—A Greek philosopher who believed there were four behavior types including phlegmatic, sanguire, melancholic, and choleric
- Carl Jung (1923)-Psychological types including the feeler and thinker, and intuitive
- Marston (1928)– Building on the findings of Jung, domineering propulsion of others, with focus on steadiness and gaining adherence
Behavioural Styles Types Explained:
Controller Style – utilizes control to influence and guide results; highly focused on details
Organiser Style – highly aware of and sensitive to surrounds; very relationship oriented.
Analyser Style – desires perfection and leans toward logic
Persuader Style – relies on instinct, intuition, and perception