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pre team build questionaire


can anyone point me in the direction of a questionaire that will help me to evaluate attitudes of team members who are currently working in a high pressure under resourced team. the team members historically have fought against working as a team and there is definite resentment against the company for expecting them to work in this way. just to muddy the waters even more the individuals involved are just that, individuals. HELP!!
david graves

7 Responses

  1. team questionnaire
    have you thought of using Belbin Team Types? The advantage is that it focuses on the indivual within a team so may pace the ‘attitudes’ problem quite well! Also can give you lots of room to discuss both value of difference or if they all come out the same to discuss the potential conflict. Company is called Belbin Associates – (must be on web) – don’t have to hand but if any trouble finding it, please get back to me.


  2. Oh Goody! A Teamworking Problem….
    Oh Brilliant!!

    Sounds like a job for the Maverick!!!

    Give me a ring on 0151 677 8135 for an exciting and innovative alternative training solution.


    John MacCarfrae
    Maverick Training

  3. I may be able to help send me you email address
    I have some basic team analysis exercises, send me your mail address and we can share info

  4. pre – team build: a solution.
    Sounds like a case for an item called The Teamness
    Indicator from Chartwell. Give me a call on 07901 854217 and I will tell you all about it.

  5. Is there a need to be a team??
    Suggest you read Casey and Critchley’s atricle “Second thoughts on teambuilding” – it sounds appropriate. To what extent do these individuals need to be a team?? I know of a very good team ‘diagnostic’ questionnaire. You can contact me on 0191 384 5528 or email [email protected] for more information and ideas.

  6. Try Hermann !
    You could try the Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument, whcih would show up ‘preferences’ in thinking style (close to ‘values’) and the implications for individual differences. Its very simple and intuitive to introduce to the group, and has a level of hidden sophistication that leads to other areas such as effectiveness of communication between members, leadership styles, and team culture.

    I’m at [email protected] if you’d like to know more.

    Alan Clayton


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