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Team Development Survey
TEST YOUR MANAGEMENT TEAM

 
 
  First Name 
 
Last Name 
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Do we need team development?

     Whether yours is a small work team at the lowest management level or the senior management executive staff, determining the need for team development is a matter of asking a few key questions. Be honest with yourself in assessing the climate of your team,

Score each question on a 1 through 5 basis.

     1 = Not true in our management team.
     3 = Average or acceptable level in our team.
     5 = Strong and pervasive factor in our team.
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1. Leadership in our team is flexible, open, positive and shared as appropriate rather than controlling, closed and rigid.

   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 
 

2. Our team's members are qualified and competent to do their work and they work together well.

   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 

 3. Our team climate is one of openness, lack of politics and freedom to explore issues; minimum "vulnerability".

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 
 

  4. Our team solves its problems efficiently. We communicate clearly and use procedures which encourage collaboration and team methods.

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 

  5. Team member behavior is frequently discussed in the meetings and working relationships are constantly being "fine tuned".

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 

  6. All team members are willing to devote the time and energy necessary to achieve the team's objectives as well as to develop the team itself.

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 

  7. Team members are willing to take risks, seek innovative solutions to old problems and develop ideas  regardless of "ownership" or "territoriality".

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 

  8. Our team sets the highest standards and accepts superior performance as the minimum acceptable level.

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 

9. Our team members trust each other, like each other and care about each other as people.

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team

 
 

10. The development of each team member as a person and as an employee is seen as a high priority for the entire team.

 
   

Not True on our team      

 

Average/Acceptable Level

 

True/Pervasive on our team