The Emotionally Intelligent Team
EI Teams spark with energy and results!
The path to these positive results is established by developing the 7 core competencies of team success: team identity, motivation, team emotional awareness, communication, stress tolerance, conflict resolution, and positive mood. Perfection isn’t required. Awareness of which strengths to maximize and which weaknesses to improve is essential to reaching the desired outcome of operating with Collaborative Intelligence™ and benefiting from sustainable productivity. Your team’s emotional and social well-being will be positively contagious for your organization, your customers and your community. The TESI® is a team 360 survey designed to guide your team to success. You can build team EI through using the TESI by hiring Collaborative Growth, by becoming certified to use the TESI® yourself or by using the Short Form of the TESI® with your team.
How will the TESI benefit my team?
Teams are the source of most of the productivity, creativity and reliability in organizations. Work and play are both successful – or not – because of the quality of teams performing the mission at hand. Understanding and developing the behaviors of success requires that team members develop and utilize the seven ESI skills measured by the TESI® and explained in our book, The Emotionally Intelligent Team. Powerful use of these seven skills is the path necessary for your team to experience the four results shown in the Collaborative Growth Team Model and the universally sought after benefits of sustainable productivity and emotional and social well-being for the team and its members.
This journey can create profound benefits for team members, teams and their organizations.
Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Competencies
The TESI® allows all team members and the leaders to understand the levels of identification with the team, satisfaction, engagement, and perceived skills in areas such as communications and conflict resolution. The report offers unique insights and points ways for understanding your current strengths and weakness as a team and to strategically choose where to enhance your skills in the following 7 areas:
Today’s competitive work environment requires Collaborative Intelligence™ if leaders, boards, managers, employees and volunteers are going to work together effectively in their teams. The Collaborative Growth team building process focuses on the seven essential behaviors of success for teamwork:
ESI® and TESI® Short
There is a full on-line TESI report as well as a paper TESI Short so your team can take the TESI in either format:
Take the TESI®, which is the full version of the assessment and is available through Collaborative Growth or any of our many certified facilitators and can be taken on-line or by paper version. This is the full evaluation with numerous demographic breakouts. All seven scales are evaluated in depth. This provides three suggestions for development for each scales geared to the levels of team performance by scale. See a sample report.
Take the TESI® Short, which is distributed by Pfeiffer, a division of Wiley and Sons. This short version has 3 questions for each of the seven scales. It’s an excellent way to quickly bring this information to a team or a group of leaders or individuals. It’s great to use at a conference when you don’t know who will be attending, for example. Teams that take the TESI® Short often decide to take the TESI® after their initial work to build on their team development. Learn more about TESI® Short supporting materials.
To support your use of the TESI, you can purchase the Facilitator’s Guide which guides you through a full day or half day team presentation and includes a power point, agendas and much more. You can also purchase a Participant Workbook for every team member or leader who is learning how to work with his or her team, a poster to focus the training and more.
Combine with other Assessments TESI®and the EQ 360® or similar other tools for individual EI development and with MBTI or Emergenetics for information on personality preferences. Individuals and teams are both more successful when they combine different yet related data.
Report Information: Multiple breakouts to the full TESI 2.0 report expand team awareness and include a team report; coach’s section, which includes information on the validity indices; individual reports; demographic and comparison reports for: