Harmonic Learning’s Team-Building Assessment offerings provides your team with tools to discover how you can best work together to accomplish great things.
Provide a mirror to the team by using various assessments to determine the state
of the team and develop a roadmap for growth and development.
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Hear Each Voice of the Team
Each team-member brings a unique voice to the team. This individual perspective is a valuable asset to the group, and it's imperative for each voice to be heard.
Assessments can provide the "headphones" to understand and discern the many voices to bring clarity and understand to the group.
The assessments can be used individual, or combined together in various ways to create a more vibrant picture of the individuals and team makeup.
These assessments can be used in a stand-alone function, or combined to provide a richer, more detailed view of the team.
Utilize the Harmonic Work-Styles assessment to determine how the different team-members approach their work and interrelate with others in the workplace. The assessment can be used as a stand-alone tool, or within the full Harmonic Work-Styles course.
E-DISC Behavioral Model
The DISC model has been used extensively as a tool to understand the emotions and behaviors of individuals. We use the Extended-DISC assessment and report to provide a deeper view of how individuals tend to behave and also how they perceive they will need to behave in various situations. This allows for a deep and meaningful team discussion about how to find ways to work better together.
Mindex Thinking Style
Each person on a team thinks uniquely, in their own style. We use the Mindex Thinking Style assessment to help the team-members better understand how they tend to think through things and how they can use their thinking style to benefit the team.
For those teams that wish to use a traditional personality-style assessment, we utilize the 16 Personalities assessment, based on the work by Dr. Carl Jung, and the subsequent work of Katherine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers to categorize 16 unique combinations of traits that can be considered the view of how a person presents themselves to others.
It's becoming more clear with each passing year that a leader's Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EI/EQ) is more important than their Intelligence Quotient (IQ) when it comes to leading a team of people. We use the EQi 2.0 Emotional Intelligence assessment, along with a 360-degree option, to assess the team-members, and team-leader's EQ and then build a program to increase the Emotional Intelligence of the team.
We have an extensive library of team-based assessments that can be drawn from to measure many different areas of team-dynamics and culture.