What Is Your Teamability?
Understanding the Natural Roles that Your
Team Members Best Fill with a Role Based Approac
Live Webinar – 2 Successive Fridays
May 4th & 11th, 2012 – 9:00 am to 11:00 am EDT
Presented by: The Gabriel Institute
Duration: Total of 4 Hours (2 events 2 hrs each) 4 Category C PDUs – Free PDU
This is a MUST TAKE opportunity – If you are setting up your own teams this provides a terrific framework to help you understand the strengths of your potential team members placing them in the roles that will make your projects even more successful. I took this session and was very impressed with the usefulness of the material and the “payoff” it provided!
For those of you setting up agile teams with strong roles – This helps you understand the strengths of your team and set up the best matches to make your projects even more successful!
– Edmonton PM
NOTE: This registration is for 2 consecutive Fridays – The instructional segment is delivered in four modules, each one contact hour, given in webinar format in two, two-hour sessions. This course is also approved for four hours of HRCI recertification credit
When work requires close collaboration, even the most extraordinary individual effort is no substitute for great teamwork. TGI Teamabilityâ„¢ is a completely new online behavioral assessment for hiring, workforce planning, coaching, and team-building. Project Managers need to be able to create strong teams. Many teams are strongly role based and a solid understanding of Teamability will assist in choosing and developing agile team members.
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.
Individual strengths can lead to a personal triumph, but a team is greater than the sum of its parts. TGI Teamabilityâ„¢ identifies behaviors that impact quality of team interaction and ‘fit’ to job responsibilities: the ‘who fits where’ and the ‘why’ of winning teams. With Teamability, you can reliably hire ‘the best of the best’, identify and resolve team performance problems, and build a strong, resilient human infrastructure
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 Teamabilityâ„¢ 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 Teamabilityâ„¢ 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.
TGI Teamability 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 certification course is a comprehensive overview of Teamability and CHI methods. It prepares learners to provide basic support to users of TGI Teamabilityâ„¢, 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 Teamability Report at no additional cost
- Four contact hours of training, including all materials
- Readings to be completed during course attendance
- Brief written certification examination to measure comprehension of course materials and applications (optional to complete)
PDU Category C documentation details:
Process Groups: Executing
Knowledge Areas: 9 – Human Resources
- 9.2 Acquire Project Team
- 9.3 Develop Project Team
- 9.4 Manage Project Team
As a Category C ‘Self Directed Learning Activity’ remember to document your learning experience and its relationship to project management for your ‘PDU Audit Trail Folder’