According to the research, carried out by Peachy Mondays, “results demonstrate that employees appreciate employers who are going the extra mile to stay connected and support them.”
This shows that it’s now more important than ever to understand the personalities and characteristics of team members, and the way they interact and communicate.
By profiling each member of a team, you will be able to diagnose how they will likely react to these issues.
As an example, if a team is made up of green characters it’s likely that the lockdown and associated working from home will not have affected them. Likewise, if they are mainly blue characters they will have got on with it.
However, if a team is made up of red characters it’s highly likely that the organisation will have had problems keeping them engaged during this period or, in some instances, may have had problems keeping them within the team.
With an understanding of a team’s characteristics and motivations, organisations will be able to better manage each individual and have a more informed management approach.
Nobody is perfect, but your team can be. Individually we all have strengths and weaknesses and understanding these is important.
When we speak to business owners and leaders looking to understand what’s going on with their teams, they actually want to make a difference and plug the gaps where possible. They want to build perfect teams. Which is why we’re expanding the Perfect Teams profiling tool.
If you’d like to find out how we can support your consulting business by adding the Perfect Teams profiling tool to your offering, please click here.