1. Awareness on an individual level:
Combining psychological profiles with real world applications will make team members aware of their characteristics and motivations, as well as how they interact and communicate with others.
It will therefore support them, on an individual level, to manage and get the most out of these traits.
The Perfect Teams profiling tool offers that exact service, and also highlights how to avoid conflicts based on specific profile characteristics.
2. An understanding of where your teams will gel and clash:
By correctly profiling each team member you will be able to compare their individual profiles to isolate and, importantly, understand the areas where people will both gel and clash.
As one of our users said recently, the Perfect Teams profiling tool provides him with the ability to see the different types of characters he works with and to adapt his method of communication accordingly.
3. An understanding of what’s missing within teams:
Finally, applying the psychological theory, along with a character profile, to each member of a team allows managers and others to understand what’s missing within the team.
From our experience of running the Perfect Teams profiling tool in over 250 businesses, with over 2,000 users, we tend to find that teams are made up of people with the same characteristics. This is information which has helped countless organisations to identify and plug gaps quickly.
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.