What role do you play on your team?
Are you more often a creator, advancer, flexer, refiner, or executor on your team? Do you know when to move from one role to another?
DISCOVER THE RIGHT ROLES FOR THE RIGHT PEOPLE
The Team Dimensions Profile identifies the following five team roles:
Successful team members don’t do the same thing at the same time. They do the right thing at the right time. The Team Dimensions Profile helps individuals work from their strengths by identifying their most natural team role, while giving them added appreciation for the contributions of others.
Use the Team Dimensions Profile to
Benefits to the individual
How can you best contribute to a team? What kind of projects energize you? Which team tasks will take advantage of my unique talents? This profile describes your preferred role and explores its strengths and challenges. You will discover what you do best in a team atmosphere, and you will gain valuable insight into your work habits. In addition, you will learn about other team members’ contributions, the value that they bring to the process, and how to work most effectively together.
Benefits to the team
The report introduces the team to the “Z” process--the sequence of states that most team projects follow. It explores common issues of teams: communication, meetings, time management, and team roles. Team members learn what behaviors they might expect from other team members and how best to work with them.
WIth the Team Dimensions Group Report the team can see the kind of priorities that are probably most important to the group. This can help the group understand where it tends to spend its energy and where it may need to direct more attention.
“Z PROCESS” KEEPS TEAMS MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
The Team Dimensions Profile maps the flow of assigning roles, completing tasks, and handing off tasks to other team members through the “Z Process.” In this relay process, tasks are passed from Creators to Advancers, from Advancers to Refiners, and from Refiners to Executors. Flexers fill in the gaps to keep the process moving forward.