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Team Dynamics Report


The Team Dynamics Report provides a group summary for a team of people who have completed the Taking Flight Profile. The report provides practical information about the four styles and how they relate to team culture. The report includes a one-pager for each team member and an overall group graph. You can utilize the report to follow up your Taking Flight with DISC session, evaluate the team dynamics, and create an action plan for improvement.



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The Team Dynamics Report provides deep insight into how style impacts teamwork, culture, and group effectiveness. It can be used in the session or as a follow-up to reinforce the learning of the four styles and apply them to team dynamics. The report can also be used when forming project teams, introducing the team to new members, or revealing gaps when seeking to hire new individuals.

The Team Dynamics Report includes:

  • Culture and style:
    • A description of organizational culture by style
    • An overview of the ideal work environment for each style
    • Strengths and challenges of an Eagle, Parrot, Dove, and Owl team
    • A description of how a culture based on each style communicates, makes decisions, runs meetings, takes risks, innovates, manages change, rewards staff, handles stress, manages conflict, and more…
    • An explanation of what a team would look like if they had only one style or if the team were missing one of the styles
  • Information about your team
    • An overall team graph that represents the average graph of your entire team
    • A tally of the total number of Eagles, Parrots, Doves, and Owls within your team
    • A list of all team members and their style
  • A one-pager for each team member that includes:
    • Their graph and bird style
    • A description of their motivators, needs, desired environment, and dos and don’ts for communicating with that person
  • Team action planning guide
    • Eight team-based action planning questions that help the group tap into the power of the four styles.