style switcher

Team Climate Profile

The Team Climate Profile illustrates the resulting climate predicted by the mix of personality patterns in any group as well as how team dynamics may shift under stress.

It is a compilation report that is made possible after all members of a group or team complete their own individual True Tilt Profiles. As a real-time "live" report, it automtaically updates as members are added or deleted over time so is always up-to-date.


Frequently Asked Questions

Team climate has been defined in several ways. The way we describe it is the shared beliefs team members have about about the meaning behind procedures and behaviors. What team members believe about behaviors is important because it sets the stage for how they interact with each other. The same behaviors can be interpreted in many ways. For example, disagreeing with the team leader’s opinion can be viewed as a genuine attempt to make an idea better, trying to undermine the leader’s authority, the effects of a personal dispute between the two people, or just the typical way that a particularly confrontational person acts. It is important to “profile” this information because it shows everyone the natural tendencies of individual team members and the general tendency of the team as a whole. Understanding how people are likely to interpret information can prevent unnecessary conflicts and miscommunications

 

The Team Agility Predictor (TAP) is a supplement to the Team Climate Profile, so they should be interpreted together. The Team Climate Profile shows the distribution True Tilts within the team. The relative “weight” of any one True Tilt could influence the team’s norms and values; but, the effect of the distribution depends on a number of factors. The TAP is essentially a 360 for a team. The results reveal team strengths and areas that may need development. Even if the distribution of True Tilts on the Team Climate Profile is fairly unbalanced, the team could have adapted and show up as balanced on the TAP.

We recommend developing all team members to be able to balance - or Tilt - as the situation requires. If you “hire for True Tilt,” you’re not addressing the core issue, which is that team members with balance among all of the character strengths will best be able to meet the changing needs of your organization.