Team typing or team psychological assessments can be used to:Team Typing is a bit like understanding how each piece of a puzzle fits together and relates to one another

  • Uncover team strengths
  • Enhance team understanding of each other
  • Improve appreciation of own and others contribution
  • Enhance team performance
  • Understand team problem solving
  • Uncover team weaknesses and potential blind spots  
  • Discover team types

From these psychological assessments we can design team building workshops that are designed to develop the team. 

Team psychological assessments may answer questions like:

Understanding differences and learning how to work best together“Is our team well balanced?”

“What are our team strengths?”

“What are our team’s blind spots?”

“Do we appreciate and understand how to work with each other?”

“Are we making the most of all the talents in our team”

We have the following team typing assessments currently available:

Detailed Description of each Team Typing Tool:

Myers Briggs Type Indicator

The Myers Briggs has 4 preferences that it measures which then produce 16 possible types. The preferences are:

  • Extraversion-Introversion (E or I) - the basic orientation toward the outer or inner world and where you get your energy from
  • Sensing-iNtuition (S or N) – preferences for taking in information
  • Thinking-Feeling (T or F) – preferences when making decisions
  • Judgment-Perception (J or P) – the way you like to live your life 

In the MBTI there are 16 team types and these all display different strengths, weaknesses and preferences:

Myers Briggs 16 team types

Team Management Profile (TMP)

The Team Management Profile measures an individual’s work preferences.  This provides valuable feedback in the key management areas of leadership, decision-making, team building, interpersonal skills, organisation and information management.  The TMP profile highlights an individual’s strong points, as well as indicating areas where there is room for improvement.

In essence, the Team Management Profile measures four TMI wheelkey issues in any work situation. These are:

  • how people prefer to relate with others;
  • how people prefer to gather and use information;
  • how people prefer to make decisions;
  • how people prefer to organise themselves and others.

The TMI produces a full report on an individual’s preferences giving a person’s main role and related roles from the 8 type wheel. 

Belbin Team Types

Belbin defined team roles people play and the likely ways team roles will interact with each other.  The nine team roles are:Understanding team types can enhance team dynamics

  • Co-ordinator
  • Shaper
  • Monitor Evaluator
  • Teamworker
  • Resource Investigator
  • Plant
  • Implementer
  • Completer Finisher
  • Specialist

We have other assessment tools in the following categories:Other types of assessments that might be used alongside personality assessments

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