Have you ever been part of a team, which, despite all your efforts, consistently fails to deliver? Or lucky enough to be involved in a collection of individuals that just works – able to deliver on the task every time while maintaining supportive, co-operative relationships? But have you ever thought how useful it might be to be able to predict the effectiveness of a team before a project begins?
When the crew is performing at its best, you’ll usually find that each individual member has a clear set responsibilities. Just as importantly, you’ll see that every role needed to achieve the crew’s overall goal is being performed fully and to an optimum level.
Teams can become unbalanced if the individuals have similar styles of behaviour or roles. If members within the group have similar weaknesses, the team as a whole may tend to have that weakness. If the individuals have similar team-work strengths, they may tend to compete (rather than cooperate) for the tasks and responsibilities that best suit their natural styles.
Knowing this, you can use the Profiling we provide with your crew, to help ensure that necessary team roles are covered, and that potential behavioural tensions or weaknesses among the group are addressed.
Profiling tests are generally used to work out the suitability of potential employees as well as how they will fit into any given team. If you have not already had to undertake a profiling test, the chances are that at some stage, you will. Hirers want to know more about job seekers, they want to ensure they are hiring the right person for the job. These profiling tests also give the employers a good indication of job seekers core competencies.
Combining the use of all modern techniques in the hiring of personnel will prove to be a massive benefit in crew harmony and performance, as well as proving to be cost effective. As such we will be offering Profiling on an individual basis as well as profiling for whole teams and crews.