Team Development Solutions
Access and Optimise Team Performance
In today’s complex work environment, individual talent is not enough to succeed. Team performance and development is equally critical. Harrison Assessment’s Paradox Theory reveals team dynamics in a way that has never before been possible, enabling individual team members to understand how their own behaviours contribute to or obstruct team objectives. Reports provide a step-by-step plan in which each team member can make adjustments to improve team performance.
Harrison’s Team Paradox Analysis helps managers build stronger teams by establishing clear team values for effective interactions and identifying the strengths and weaknesses of team members. With these insights, managers can maximise team performance and strengths while developing areas of deficiency.
The Harrison’s Team Paradox Analysis provides a dynamic team building tool to:
- Create effective interactions to enhance team performance
- Discover the strengths and challenges of a team including team decision-making potential
- Identify the best roles for team members
- Assess the potential for cooperation or conflict
- Establish clear guidelines for effective interactions
- Reveal blind-spots that may undermine performance
- Facilitate team self-discovery to accelerate the team performance process
Individual and Team Action Planning
Harrison’s Paradox TechnologyTM provides individual team members with a clear understanding of their own behaviours that enable them to become more effective team members and leaders. Reports include a mapping of stress behaviours and how those impact individual performance as well as team performance. By assessing team leaders and the entire team’s behaviours against key paradoxical principles of leadership, managers can implement practical actions that facilitate mentoring, coaching, building effective working relationships, engagement and retention.
Team members are highlighted by a letter and displayed in conjunction with all other team members. This diagnostic analysis creates an accurate view of how team members interrelate to enable or inhibit team effectiveness.
By applying the analysis to the 12 sets of paradoxical traits used in the Harrison Team diagnostic analysis, you will foster actions to accelerate team performance.