A blended approach that combines as many aspects as possible relevant in the context of leadership and project team completion rates. Describing these aspects in a recognisable, understandable and actionable way is paramount.
In terms of real use case scenarios, the team will be able to understand itself but also to act in a manner conducive of its soul and in ways that will increase its likelihood of managing challenges effectively and achieving its objectives. This will ultimately enable more teams to deliver and a greater number of individuals to shine.
High-performing teams are naturally business-critical in terms of increased performance and greater innovation but these teams also provide a social setting that contributes vastly to each individual team member’s job satisfaction and quality of life.
Examples of use cases involve one or more of the following four scenarios:
- Who do we select for this team?
- What do we, as a team, need to improve?
- What do I, individually, need to improve to contribute optimally to the team?
- Who is best-suited to join our team – who is the match we must recruit?
One part of the above, is to enable the end-user to act – even proactively – without the necessary use of an interpreter.