Teaming Science is a truly new and useful way to understand what’s going on in teams. There’s a simple process that takes the leader only two to three hours to gain a deep understanding of their team - the people and the dynamics between them. Often it’s objective confirmation of what the leader already knows, but with suggestions for actions that will improve the structure and function of the organization.
The team members, including the leader, each invest less than an hour to have an online Teamability experience. This unique technology measures what happens between people, not what’s inside them. And that’s why you can easily determine the person’s fit with their job and their team, and then use management techniques to produce greater synergies.
The follow up one-two hour advisory session with the leader follows their objectives, often to enhance performance and get ready for rapid growth or to deal with a top-heavy organization that needs pruning. By identifying and understanding where structural strengths exist, and where they need to be reinforced or rebuilt, strategy leads to actions that drive, inform, and guide positive changes.
While psychologists generally focus on traits, Dr. Janice spent her formative research years asking a fundamental question: how do people team together? And she found the answers in systems theory.
Having written her first line of code in high school, she was positioned to architect a system to measure how people work together, in business or personal life.
It's clear: When people do work aligned with the way they best contribute and enjoy the people they do it with, they're happier, more productive, and more inclined to improve their community and the world.
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