Tilt Tuesday #2 – Insights, Quotes, and Inquiries – Understanding Your Team
October 18, 2022 |
It’s readily apparent that it’s more difficult to work with a team of strangers than it is to work in a team that has pre-existed for months or years. Why is this? While a sufficient answer to this question could take up many textbooks, one line of thought is that a pre-existing team is comprised of members who have gradually grown to understand each other’s working patterns, triggers, emotional tendencies, and overall personalities.
At Tilt365, this is a central consideration for why we constructed our assessments. The Tilt365 strength assessments increase not only self-awareness but also awareness of others, which in turn act as catalysts for team effectiveness and team cohesion.
Individuals gain insights into themselves and others with the True Tilt Personality Profile (TTP) and the Positive Influence Predictor (PIP365) while team members achieve a better understanding of the team as a collective unit with the Team Agility Predictor (TAP) and the Team Climate Profile (TCP).
The TTP and the PIP365 answer questions like “Am I most comfortable with one-to-one, one-to-some, or one-to-many social interactions?” and “Do people around me think I am bold enough?”, respectively. With the TAP, questions such as “What character strengths can my team work on embodying?” can be explored. And finally, with the TCP, questions like “Which True Tilts are most–or least–common in my particular team?”
“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.”
— Michael Jordan
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”
— Helen Keller
"No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it."
— H.E. Luccock
What is one thing you can do in the next thirty days to help your team achieve enhanced solidarity?
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