FIVE punchy team assessment activities - all in one pack - that assess team and leadership skills. Excellent value for money.
Any number, in teams of 4-5
40 minutes + debrief
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Five short, punchy team assessment activities to test key team competencies, identify leadership skills and assess individual contribution.
Time is always tight but each activity can be broken down into mini-tasks to share among team members. How quickly and how well do they grasp the details? Are they keeping everyone onboard? Do they realise the need for organisation, prioritisation and delegation? Are they aware of the deadline?
Team briefs supplied digitally to enable you to print copies as and when you need them. Use just one team assessment activity at a time for team meetings, recruitment and assessment programmes and team development courses or run them one after the other to progressively apply the lessons learned.
Special observer forms make it easy to gather evidence of potential leaders and team players in terms of organisers, initiators, information seekers, opinion givers, clarifiers, decision seekers etc and overall team performers.
1. Introduce the training activity briefly.
2. Issue a copy of the Team Brief to each team (or nominate a leader and give them the Brief so they can brief their teams).
3. Observe teams in action. Make notes on how the leader operates – their style.
4. Lead a Debrief on what happened and how the team reacted.
5. Full details are provided in the Trainer’s Notes.
Good - all-round team activities that allow us to assess a range of skills.
T&D Manager, Domestic Appliance Manufacturers
Brought participants, professional sportsmen/women into a ‘team’ and made them think as a team.
Learning Centre, MOD
Most enjoyable - and instructive.
A. Curtis, Mars GB
Great advice from Northgate.
J. Campbell, The National Gallery