High Performing Teams
Indigo specialises in cognitive diversity psychometric AEM-Cube.
Highlighted in Harvard Business Review (articles in Dec 17 and Apr 18), the benefits come from understanding how team members:
approach change and performance
identify problems and opportunities
evaluate the options and risks for moving forward and
make judgements on the necessary trade-offs and decisions on how to proceed.
Because everyone in the team learns and reflects together, teams that embrace team coaching tend to demonstrate more focused, collective energy. As they learn together – and support each other’s learning – teams can use real work issues to put the learning into practice, and start to embed new skills. Typically, co-coaching then becomes a routine activity.
Quality of Team Interaction
We specialise in the Qi survey that analyses the dominant emotions, behaviours and cultural traits in your organisation compared to those associated with high perceived adaptability. Analysis indicates the specific relational behaviours needed to enhance your organisation’s adaptability by strengthening:
The degree of psychological safety – people feel able to be and express themselves
The extent of inclusion – difference to own perspectives and the perspective of others are actively sought out
Read more in this Harvard Business Review article: Two Traits of the best problem solving teams