Team culture is an often overlooked but absolutely fundamental part of your business. If your team is not working together efficiently, then the business will not perform to its maximum potential.
Team assessments help business owners, managers and supervisors understand exactly how their teams are functioning. These assessments not only describe areas of tension or frustration, they also provide information about what is working right within the team. This information is helpful when onboarding new employees or creating a new team.
A business is only as good as its team, so make sure yours is solid.
These assessments measure your team’s effectiveness, communication skills and ability to collaborate. They make sure your team has a thorough understanding of what is expected of them as well as the goals, mission and direction of the business. With Survey Anyplace’s ReportR plan, you can build both individual and team PDF reports with detailed information and analysis.
Here are some good times to do a team assessment:
Every team faces differences in opinion or larger issues. While it’s inevitable, it’s a drain on productivity, creativity and the collaborative spirit you want to foster in your workplace. Team assessments empower employees to be honest with their feedback and helps employers diagnose the problems they are facing.
Congratulations – you’re growing! You’re most likely able to do this because of the success of your existing team. How can you extend this success to your new team members? Team assessments will help you understand exactly what is working well with your existing team, so you can use this knowledge to guide your new employees toward success.
Your team is reaching goals and doing awesome work. However, there’s always room for improvement! Which goals would you and your team like to reach next? How can you empower them to elevate to the next level? Help guide them with feedback from a team assessment.
Each year, more and more workplaces are making the switch from brick and mortar to being remote. This trend means increased productivity, flexibility and autonomy. But it can also lead to a disconnect between team members. Use team assessments to see if this is happening with your team and as a way to brainstorm ways to make them feel more connected and engaged.
As businesses grow, those that thrive are ones that adapt and evolve. While this is necessary, it can be stressful to your team members. Team assessments can help make this transition smoother. Receive feedback from employees about how you can best support them during times of change.