Profiles Team Analysis
The Profiles Team Analysis helps team leaders get the most from every member of the team and effectively guide the way to the achievement of team goals. It does this by evaluating Team Balance and the Team’s Strengths and Weaknesses.

Assesses Each Member’s Characteristics
The Profiles Team Analysis also describes each team member’s characteristics in these twelve key Team Factors:

  1. Control
  2. Composure
  3. Social
  4. Analytical
  5. Patience
  6. Results Orientation
  7. Precision
  8. Emotions
  9. Ambition
  10. Team Player
  11. Positive Expectancy
  12. Quality Orientation

Leader’s Guide
The Profiles Team Analysis develops a report that serves the team leader as a guide for assuring the accomplishment of the team’s objectives. It spotlights the strengths each member brings to the team and how to capitalize on those strengths. The report also suggests actions the leader can take to improve the performance of all team members while increasing their effectiveness as a leader.

Each team member can complete his or her assessment in 15 minutes, using an Internet connection, sitting at a PC, or writing responses in an assessment booklet. Results are compiled by computer and printed in minutes.

Help Leaders Lead
Everyone who is responsible for providing leadership to others will appreciate the valuable information and recommendations provided by the Profiles Team Analysis.

Profiles Team Analysis – Sample Reports
The Profiles Team Analysis will produce one report. To help you better understand how The Profiles Team Analysis can help your business, we have provided you with a Sample Report for you to view or print.

PTA Reports have a Team Balance Table showing how the team leader and team members scored in each of the twelve factors. This helps the Team Leader understand the overall representation of characteristics on the team. Another section identifies the characteristics that are not well represented on the team. Awareness of these deficiencies alerts the team leader to be wary of overlooking important actions.

Another section reports the dominant behavioral factors of each team member. With this data the team leader can utilize the natural characteristics of team members to accomplish team goals. There are also specific suggestions for supervising team members and recommended action steps.