WEBINAR – What Is Your Teamability? Understanding the Natural Roles Your Team Members Best Fill with a Role Based Approach
July 11th and 18th, 2012 (11-2pm Los Angeles / 7-9pm GMT)
- Do you want great team players on your team?
- Would you like to learn who can make or break your project?
- Are you interested in reducing the risk of a failed hire?
There are many ways to measure skills, talents, and traits, but teaming metrics are unique. It took 25 years of research and testing – including 9 years of software development – to produce TGI Teamability™ reports, which are the foundation of TGI’s Role-Based Approach to selecting, structuring, managing and motivating teams.
Organizations of every type and size experience the cost and pain of human performance failings, and are highly vulnerable to the ‘collateral damage’ that results from hiring the wrong people. TGI Teamability™ makes it possible to reliably select high quality team players, and to match their job responsibilities to the way they envision themselves serving their team (their ‘Role’).
TGI Teamability was designed from its very beginnings to measure and predict the quality of a person’s team interaction. It can greatly reduce the costs and risks associated with errors in hiring and promoting, while delivering significant business value by matching people to the functional mission of their team. It is also highly effective in analyzing and solving team performance problems.
This course is a comprehensive overview of Teamability and CHI methods. It prepares learners to provide basic support to users of TGI Teamability™, and to apply for an optional Certification. Certification requires passing a written examination and meeting TGI’s modest standards for ongoing participation.
Course content includes:
• Participant’s own TGI Teamability report ($80 value!)
• 4 PDU’s / CDU’s “category C”
• Readings to be completed during course attendance
• Brief written examination to measure comprehension of course
materials and to receive certificate (optional!)
Speaker: The Gabriel Institute has created technology that reveals how people will perform when working with others to solve problems, overcome obstacles, and achieve common goals. In short, it measures Teamability: the ability to connect with others to form a productive team.
** NOTE: This registration is for 2 consecutive Wednesdays.