Personal Awareness Profiling

Work Styles Profile

People tend to practice what they prefer and therefore perform better in areas that match their work preference. Understanding work preferences is a critical component in developing individual, team, and organisational performance. The TMS Team Management Index (TMI) is a 60-item online assessment focused on enhancing understanding of an individual’s approach to work. Based on the responses to the TMI, the Team Management Profile (TMP) provides constructive, work-based information outlining an individual’s work preferences and the strengths that an individual brings to a team including leadership strengths, decision-making, interpersonal skills and team building. The Personal Team Management Profile highlights an individual’s major and related areas of work preferences, including information focussed on:

  • Work Preferences
  • Decision mking
  • Team-building
  • Leadership Strengths
  • Interpersonal Skills

Change Profile (Qo2)

Is your glass half-empty or half-full? This new profile from Team Management Systems explores the fifth dimension of human behavior and determines the balance of effort people put into seeing the opportunities and obstacles at work. This profile, together with the Work Styles Profile (TMP), can give individuals work-based feedback on the five independent factors of the human psyche.

· MTG Energy – how much energy you put into ‘Moving Towards Your Goals’
· Multi-Pathways – the extent to which you f ind ways around obstacles
· Fault-Finding – how good you are at seeing potential obstacles
· Optimism – The extent to which you expect positive outcomes
· T ime-Focus – a measure of your psychological time and your orientation to the past, the present or the future

Linking Skills Profile (LSI)

There’s more to teaming than just hooking things up! Linking – the
integrating of people and work process is necessary to ensure high
performance at work. Extensive interviews with teams and team leaders throughout the world continue to highlight common elements responsible for integrating teams into a coherent “whole”. Team Management Systems identifies these elements as Linking Skills, which need to be implemented by all members of a team, though often focused on the team leader. The Linking Skills Profile Questionnaire (LSPQ) is a 66-item multi-rater assessment through which a number of different people rate an individual’s linking skills.