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  • Writer's pictureAJ Cheponis

Maximizing Team Performance: A Talent Optimization Approach

Organizations rely on their teams to achieve success. Whether it's tackling an ambitious goal, navigating a difficult client call, or adapting to unprecedented change, you want the best people on your team to lead the way. But assembling an all-star team can be a challenging task. Even if you have a group of talented individuals, they may struggle to work together cohesively.




We can help you build winning teams. Powered by nearly 7 decades of behavioral data, we can provide you with the insights you need to create teams that work well together. With our expertise, you can make better decisions when selecting team members for your next big project or initiative. Here are five ways we can help your teams soar:


1. Get leaders aligned on strategy.

A team that fails to agree on its goals is doomed to fail. If executives can't agree on their objectives, it's likely that employees will struggle to do so as well. This dysfunction can lead to reduced productivity and lower profits. Talent Optimization can help leaders align their business objectives to ensure clarity and consensus about the path ahead. By using behavioral data to assess the personalities of the leaders in the room, we can predict your likelihood of success.


Take action: Schedule a call with us today to get started on aligning your leadership team's strategy.



2. Nip toxic cultures in the bud.

Toxic work environments can damage your organization's reputation and make it difficult to retain top talent. Toxicity can occur even in the most well-meaning teams, often due to a lack of trust among team members. This breakdown in communication can lead to infighting, disengagement, and attrition. Talent Optimization gives leaders the tools they need to build trust and camaraderie between team members. By understanding how each employee likes to work and communicate, we can unlock strategies to bring out the best in your team.


Take action: Contact us today to learn how we can help you create a more positive work environment.



3. Empower your remote employees.

Remote work has become a standard practice for many organizations, and it's here to stay. But leading a remote team can be challenging, especially if you're still mastering the intricacies of this work style. Talent Optimization provides leaders with a window into their team members' natural behavioral tendencies. By understanding how each person prefers to communicate and collaborate, you can motivate them effectively in a remote setting.


Take action: Book a consultation with us today to learn how we can help you manage your remote team.



4. Lead productive hybrid teams.

As organizations plan for a post-COVID workplace, hybrid teams are becoming more popular. But leading a hybrid team can be even more challenging than leading a remote one. Talent Optimization helps you visualize your remote and on-site employees side-by-side, so you can adapt your leadership style based on the needs of each group. With our help, you can create a hybrid environment that celebrates flexibility and autonomy.


Take action: Reach out to us today to learn how we can help you lead a productive hybrid team.



5. Manage culture change with confidence.

Culture change can be disruptive, particularly when external factors such as mergers and acquisitions are involved. When two organizations merge, their workforces must learn to work together. Talent Optimization gives leaders a playbook to navigate culture change effectively. By visualizing teams before and after a merger, you can take inventory of new personalities and understand how they impact team dynamics. With our tools, knowledge, and practical experience, we can help you improve cohesion and ensure a smooth transition.


Take action: Contact us today to learn how we can confidently help you manage culture change.



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