Team Effectiveness Profile
Additional Information for Team Effectiveness Profile:
How It WorksThe TEP is a self-administered learning instrument and is available in print and online versions. It yields an overall team effectiveness score as well as separate scores for each of the five categories of team effectiveness, indicating the general health of the group and blockages that may hinder team effectiveness. If administered through HRDQ's assessment portal there is the additional option of auto-generating a group aggregate report. Teams can create this manually if the print version is used.
Uses and Applications
The team effectiveness profile is most appropriate for intact work groups - groups that have some history of working together. It can also be used to prepare a newly-formed group for the kinds of issues that may block its success in the future. Uses include:
- Measuring performance before and after team building initiatives
- Unblocking struggling teams
- Orienting new teams to potential problems
- Identify issues that block effectiveness
- Reduce or eliminate problems that can drain a group's energy
- Maximize the group's productive efforts
Theory and Development
- Mission, vision and goals
- Team roles
- Operating processes
- Interpersonal relationships
- Interteam relationships
Assessment and workshop
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Rollin Glaser, Ed.D. is an accomplished trainer, consultant, and expert in the field of adult learning, and is also the co-founder and former chief executive officer of HRDQ. He holds several degrees, including a BS from Northwestern University and a M.Ed. from Northeastern University, as well as a MA and Ed.D. from Columbia University. In addition to many assessments, training games, programs, and articles, Mr. Glaser is the author of Personnel Management for Retailers and co-author of The Management of Training and Managing by Design.
Christine Glaser, M.Ed. is the co-founder and former president of HRDQ. Her previous experience includes management skills training, consulting, editing, and public school teaching. She holds a B.S. from Northwestern University and a M.Ed. in guidance and counseling from Northeastern University. Ms. Glaser is co-author of Managing by Design as well as several learning tools, including Jungle Escape and the Team Effectiveness Profile.
The HRDQ Development Team creates soft-skills learning solutions that help to improve the performance of individuals, teams, and organizations. At HRDQ, we believe an experiential approach is the best catalyst for adult learning. Our unique Experiential Learning Model has been the core of what we do for more than 40 years. Combining the best of organizational learning theory and proven facilitation methods with an appreciation for adult learning styles, our philosophy initiates and inspires lasting change.