Team Discovery


Build Great Teams that Deliver Great Results

Many teams struggle to create results and meet expectations, especially in the difficult environment that many companies are operating in at the moment. Often this is not due to team members’ lack of skills but because there is a lack of trust between them or they are not aligned on their strategic priorities.

A great team is a team that is engaged and productive. Where there is mutual trust, awareness of each other’s differences, strengths and weaknesses, and where there is a clear sense of direction. Read more about the importance of continuous team development here.

Team Discovery was created after a large-scale empirical study based on PI Behavioral Assessment results from over 125,000 employees from more than 20,000 teams. The study resulted in 9 different Team Types, based on the combination of the team members' basic motivations and behaviors. In connection with this, 10 different strategy types were also created based on 20 different strategic objectives.

Team Type

Team Discovery generates a Team Type for the team in question showing the team's strengths and challenges. It also shows tips for activities and support to help the team in, for example, change, growth and feedback or simply collaboration and dynamics.

Strategy Type

Next, the team chooses its strategic objectives to focus on in order to achieve its goals. A Strategy Type is generated based on the selected strategic objectives. These are then connected with the team members' behavior and the team receives concrete recommendations for how to use their strengths and deal with their challenges.

Team Discovery

Why Team Discovery?

The Team Discovery tool will help you explore your Team Type through the lens of your objectives and identify strengths and potential blinds spots of your specific combination.

You will get scientifically backed recommendations on how to improve your team’s work style and build a culture to reach your goals and build a true Dream Team!


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