Transform Team Performance using MTR-i tools
They are powerful
Most approaches to team building have an indirect impact on team performance - requiring a degree of 'blind faith' that better teamwork will result in better performance. But, no matter how well the team works together, unless their eyes are firmly on their collective goals they will not achieve their potential. The team tools in the MTR-i methodology are focused directly on improving business results. They use performance management techniques to change collective team behaviours in a way that directly impacts business results and team performance.
They are easy to use
Although the MTR-i model is a powerful one, it is also very simple and easy to use. The two main questionnaires in the system only take between 5 and 10 minutes each to complete. Yet in that short time their eyes are opened to the behavioural goals to which they have to attain in order to improve team performance. Also, the team role concepts are easy to describe and team members pick them up quickly and easily.
They provide a foundation for advanced applications
Beyond the simple/effective team tools for increasing team performance, there are advanced applications such as diagnosing team dynamics that inhibit performance, coaching individuals in stress management, or providing additional personal information to supplement the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. After the initial use of the MTR-i tools, when you ask "What next?", there are many answers - many areas to which the knowledge and tool can be applied further.
Training in how to use the toolsFor a foundation course in how to use the MTR-i tools, you should attend an MTR-i "Extended Bronze" workshop. This workshop covers:
- An introduction to the MTR-i approach to Team Development
- MTR-i Team Role Concepts
- Completion and administration of the ITPQ and MTR-i Questionnaires
- Application to improving Team Performance
- Interpretation of Team Results
- Team exercises based on the MTR-i
- Questionnaire development/construction
- Team Based Problem Solving
- Team Dynamics
- Ethical use of the MTR-I
- When to use the MTR-i
- Conducting a Team Health Check
- Planning team interventions
For more information about MTR-i tools, contact a distributor.