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Content: 24 page health check tool.
Format: Downloadable pdf with in-text, hyper-links for easy navigation.
Teams will only grow and flourish when they are properly managed and cared for. Where this is neglected, the result will eventually be ill-health.
This e-guide uses 10 team building essentials in our structured, systematic team health check. It has been designed to help you create and maintain a healthy team.
The guide will show you how to evaluate the current state of your team’s health and how to deal with your findings. It’s a structured, systematic health check of an existing team and great value!
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What’s in the Team Health Check?
A 24 page tool which allows you to score, then act on a team’s performance, in relation to ten key categories:
plus 40 paired questions to help you analyse your team’s health, and summary tables and notes for action to help you maintain health, or take action to improve it.
Teams are most likely to succeed when the right conditions are created, and when the team is properly cared for. Create those conditions by focusing on sections 1-4, then maintain them by addressing sections 5-10:
1 Strengths - Individuals flourish as they use their Strengths.
2 Teamwork - When people build strong working relationships, the result is effective Teamwork.
3 Results - This combination of individual strengths and teamwork should make it easier to achieve Results.
4 Alignment - Team leadership should focus on the Alignment of these elements to ensure the results achieved are team-oriented and meaningful.
5 Management - how things work in the team.
6 Leadership - how the team is led.
7 Motivation - how willing are team members?
8 Development - what is their attitude to development?
9 Organizations - how is the team affected by the organization and other external factors?
10 Happiness - do team members enjoy working together?
Together these 10 categories provide you with the basis for a comprehensive team health check. This guide will show you how to use them to build a clear picture of the team’s current state, its strengths and weaknesses, and to help you plan future action.