There's a completely new 'technology of teaming' ...it's called Teamability®
When work requires close collaboration, even the most extraordinary individual effort is no substitute for great teamwork.
In business, as in sports, the source of 'team spirit' has always been something of a mystery, but not anymore. The Gabriel Institute has created technology that reveals how people will perform when working with others to solve problems, overcome obstacles, and achieve common goals. In short, it measures Teamability: the ability to connect with others to form a productive team.
There are many ways to measure skills, talents, and traits, but teaming metrics are unique. It took 25 years of research and testing – including 9 years of software development – to produce Teamability reports, which are the foundation of TGI's Role-based Approach to selecting, structuring, managing and motivating teams.
In 1984, two behavioral scientists – Dr. Janice Presser and Dr. Jack Gerber – set out to find an answer to the question "What really happens when people 'team' together?"
In 2010, a fast-growing $1B+ mining company had been experiencing 30% new-hire turnover for several years. The firm began using Teamability, and the new-hire turnover rate plummeted to ZERO, where it remained for over 18 months.
In the complex and rapidly changing environment of global markets, demographic transformation, virtual teaming, and social networking, the industrial-age view of people as a pool of ‘resources’ or 'capital' must eventually give way to a new understanding of individuals and teams as interoperating nodes in a mission-critical performance network.
We encourage you to see what Teamability can do for your organization, to select candidates, to better understand existing teams, or to improve team performance.
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