|Team Identity – reveals the team’s personality with larger words indicating predominant facets. It also shows the team’s overall Team Type and associated Typie® character.||Team Flipside – shows the opposite of the team’s Step II personality, revealing the behaviours that the team prefers least. Larger words denote the greatest potential blindspots.|
Show the spread of team members’ scores across each of the four dimensions of type. Great for designing exercises that explore the different preferences.
Allow you to visualise scores that most affect common business applications: communication, decision making, managing change and managing conflict. Great for team development.
You can create your Personal Typie in the following languages:
Team Typies are made from Personal Typie data files. You will need to complete a Personal Typie for each team member before creating your Team Typie. Then follow these simple steps:
- Enter the name of the team
- For each team member upload their Personal Typie data file. A team member's name is taken from their Personal Typie data file. See note below
- Customise, save and print your choice of Team Identity, Team Flipside, and Team Profiles.
Save team data: we recommend saving team data as uploading saved data will reduce the time it takes to create new Team Typies as team membership changes.
Facet and Application Profiles use the Team members' names from their Personal Typie data files.
You may wish to alter the way their name is presented or even anonymise them. The system by default displays a team member's name over 2 lines of 4 characters (including spaces). You can overwrite their name as you add team members (maximum number of members is 16).
For example, Ellen Brunswick by default is displayed as
You could alter this team member's name to "E Br" and it would display as
Team member's names are only displayed on the Profile sheets and don't appear on the Team Identity or Team Flipside.
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