Is your team rocking it out?

Give your team a health check-up

The health of a group of people working together to achieve organizational goals runs the gamut. When caught up in the day-to-day turbulence of workload, deadlines, business growth and the always increasing demands of customers, it's critical to create an environment that enables success.

Key indicators of team health stem from many critical areas, such as: 

  • Mutual trust and respect
  • Conflict resolution
  • Communication
  • Delegation
  • Engagement
  • Decision-making
  • Partnering and cross-functional collaboration
  • Alignment with organizational goals
  • Responsibility/ownership and more
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How well is your team doing?

Take a moment to share how your team is doing. Your choices help us gauge the health of your team/department, and we'd love to learn more about what you're doing to keep your team healthy and thriving.

After you submit your Team Health Survey, you'll have the opportunity to select a complimentary 30-minute consult call with Carole Gill. On your call, you'll be able to dig a bit deeper and gain a few insights about how you can give your team better opportunities to be even more successful or repair what's not working so they can get back on track.

 

Take the Team Health Survey

My team collaborates well within their group and with other partners/departments to successfully accomplish projects/goals
My team is seldom complacent. They consistently challenge themselves to improve and find better solutions to everyday problems or fix inefficient processes.
My team quickly identifies areas of conflict. They have the tools to resolve areas of conflicts on their own with little or no intervention from leadership.
My team is able to gain consensus, make decisions and move forward to accomplish projects/goals.
My team actively provides feedback and develops solutions in partnership with leadership, always keeping the larger goals of the organization in mind.
My team is clear on their responsibilities and is aligned with our organization's goals.
My team trusts and respects one another.
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