The Team Strengths Report provides valuable insight in to an individual’s areas of strengths within a team based setting, and the likelihood of them adopting various roles. The Team Strengths Report helps you to understand an individual’s style and areas of strength within a team.
The report is a useful tool for identifying strengths and gaps within the team and is appropriate for use in a group setting or for just one individual.
The report is predominantly targeted towards line managers, colleagues or the individual themselves.
The report adopts a types-based approach to personality in a team context, and outlines the individual’s likelihood of adopting various roles within that team.
These roles cover four key dimensions of team work, identified our expertise on personalities at work, and are contributing factors to effective team work in an organisational context.
Under each dimension falls 2 roles; the report generates the candidate’s score for each of the 8 team role types and determines which style will most likely adopted by the individual when it comes to their role in a team.
All Clevry reports have a page dedicated to ensuring users fully understand the background and purpose of the report, how to correctly interpret the results it presents, the conditions of using the report and where further information can be found about the candidate.
The Team Strengths Report summary page provides context around an individual's score on a personality questionnaire, and then ranks them from most likely through to least likely adopted team types.
Through Clevry's research and expertise on people at work, we have identified eight key roles that we may adopt as part of a team, which fall within four broad quadrants.
The Team Strengths page also describes what areas of strength the individual may bring to the team for their two most likely adopted team types, along with any potential derailers to consider.
This page is unique to the Team Strengths Report and offers you an insight in to how flexible an individual may be in their style when a situation calls for it.
The other team types they are most likely to draw on strengths from and how this would look in context are also discussed.
If you want to compare team strengths across a group of employees, then we have an additional Group Team Strengths Report that allows you to compare individuals against their colleagues.
The group report outlines the roles that members of the group are most likely to adopt as part of a team.