Team Building Experts
Great teams are compiled of different perspectives and behavior styles.
How do you use those differences to generate powerful outcomes instead of politics and turf wars?
Powerful Team Building
Generic training exercises may help a team cross a rope bridge, but they don’t often directly address the problem at hand. The Metiss Group starts by evaluating a team’s needs and administering a set of validated assessments that identify the unique characteristics of each individual. That means our advice is tailored to the unique set of characteristics and behaviors we find in that team and the real issues at hand.
The Process of Creating Powerful Teams
All powerful team sessions start with an understanding of ones self. We utilize DISC and Workplace Motivators to help employees understand what their communication style is and the synergies or conflicts of the group motivational styles.
interactive Group session
Participants learn more about themselves, how they are perceived by others, and how they may be mis-perceiving others team members. The ability to leverage strengths and avoid land mines is clearly recognized in comparing results to a before and after scored exercise.
EXPERT reports and guidance
Teams need trust in several forms to work effectively. They must trust the capability of others – that they can do the job. They must trust each others’ integrity – that they will fulfill their promises. And they must trust their fairness — that they are looking out for each other as well as themselves.
Click here to take a complimentary assessment used in the TeamAdvantage™ Session
Who is The Metiss Group?
The Metiss Group is a team of experts in behavioral science, and for the last 20 years, have been leveraging scientific rigor to discover and recruit talent for organizations with specific cultures and needs.
The three service pillars of our innovative platform comprised of Employee Selection, Performance Acceleration, and Organizational Health are designed to help businesses grow and fulfill their potential.