Team Management Index (TMI) Psychometric Profiling in a Nutshell
Team Management Index (TMI) Psychometric Profiling in a Nutshell – understanding personality types, working styles and why they matter by David Henton
Eight key components form the types of work teams undertake – and there are four key measures of an individual’s working style or preference. A good match between a person’s working style and the type of work they do results in high outputs, happy students, raised personal energy and greater job satisfaction.
In this fascinating workshop, participants get to assess their own working style, and then explore the concept of “team balance”, differing attitudes to problem-solving, and the wider implications for their own team, school and student/parent situations. Group participation and several interactive exercises ensure that the workshop is both extremely practical and highly enjoyable
- Self-assess their own working style – and value the contrasting styles of others
- Realise how complementary styles can enhance team performance
- Appreciate ‘team balance’ – and so identify their own team’s strengths and weaknesses
- Anticipate and diffuse clashing styles, to better harness diversity
- Establish team ground rules to agree a powerful, productive, enjoyable team culture.
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