Behavior / DISC Team Wheel
Natural (circle) shows their true behavioral strengths, Adapted (star) shows who they are pretending to be. The gap = stress.
Motivators Team Wheels
There are six motivators, and this wheel is only showing each persons Top 2. We find that motivators are more predictive of job match and team collaboration than anything else.
This is a breakdown of the current stressors in a team.
Using similar Team Models, you can discuss the following:
- Team strength / overuse: strengths of each individual
- Team blind spots: areas where there are no individuals with those strengths
- Opportunities for hiring complimentary strengths for specific jobs
- Opportunities to leverage someone else's strength, one you do not have
I like to say, "Together we can create a whole brain." As you share these models, ask yourself the following about your team:
- What is the strength of this team?
- What is the blind spot of this team?
- What would you recommend doing next to grow?
Converting your team to a collaborative whole is easily done with a little constructive time together sharing strengths that build cohesion. Here's an Irish quote speaking to our basic need to connect: "For it is a true fact that faeries, just like people, very often find that a full belly and a good friend are all that they need to be happy.” -C.S. Einfeld, Neverdark