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Team audit

By auditing your team, you can evaluate the teams in your companies, understand their strengths and constraints, and realize their value to your company. The team audit helps ensure that employees do their best and demonstrate high motivation and loyalty.

Team audit
What does the Team Audit do?         
What roles does each team member perform?What are weaknesses of the team?How can these constraints be addressed?Are the strengths of each team member taken into account?What management style would inspire the team and make it perform better?

What does it include?
The report contains a comparison of the ideal and actual team, as well as the characteristics of each team member and his or her role in the team.
This helps identify and address development areas or constraints that may impede the achievement of optimal results.
Sample report
The report will be available for download as a PDF file.Sample reportOrder a test
CustomerDAMU Entrepreneurship Development Fund
Due to strengthening of requirements for personnel, it became necessary for the Fund to evaluate the existing employees in all branches in Kazakhstan. It was required to assess each employee in terms of fitness for the occupied position, determine the requirements for development of each employee as well as to understand the team potential in each branch.
of the problem
The work was performed in several stages.
Initially ideal job profiles were determined for 12 positions in branches, as well as the ideal branch team profile.
The next stage was online PPA testing of 226 employees of all branches. With the help of this analysis the employees could identify their strong areas and determine the potential for development.
The third stage included the Team Audit. The real profile of each branch was determined within the framework of this report, and development areas were determined both for the team and each employee.
The next stage followed after completion of all tests and obtaining of reports for all employees during which profile feedback was provided for all employees, master classes on DISC typology and team roles as per Belbin’s theory were conducted.
Besides, a team building game was organized. It allowed its participants to see the demonstration of each role, understand what must be developed and how, and how to better interact inside the team.
Based on the Results of the project, personal development plans were developed for 226 employees; 58 rotations were made within branches and between them; problem areas in HR management were identified; a strategic session addressing problem areas and aimed at improvement of understanding of the HR management process was conducted.