Checking Team Alignment: T4


 
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Checking Team Alignment: T4
Drew Suss
I've recently piloted a strength-based approach to change using a free on-line tool combined with an appreciative approach. Initial output is very rich and teams are engaged.
Here’s the link to the test, a short, free team assessment: The T4 is an easy way for managers to check team alignment. It has 20 questions across four dimensions:
- Targeting – what the team seeks to accomplish
- Talking – how people communicate
- Teaming – how people work together
- Timing – how they address execution
Three open-ended questions (more of, less of, better) deepen insight.
Whether for one team or more, or 360 style, there is no cost. Download results in an easy-to-read dashboard. Register to gain access.
This is a beta site and I’d like to know about your experience. Go here if you’re interested in a brief presentation on the background and suggested process.
 

 























 


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