The data gained from Good Leadership Insights is applicable to any leadership team.
The coaching report is tailored for you, based on the unique combination of survey results from your team.
Your team will be ready for game day pressures faster and easier than ever before.

The assessment measures:

  1. Decision-making style & bias, including racial influence/bias
  2. Trust-building style: Relational or Structural preference
  3. Triggers and specific negative behaviors from their Unprofessional Stress Response

Insights for Teams: How to Apply Your Coaching Report

Once your team completes your Insights for Teams, it’s time to apply the results. It’s also important for you to know how to benefit the most from your personalized coaching report.

Good Leadership knows that numbers alone can only reveal so much. Learning how to apply your results, both individually and as a team will be beneficial to your growth.

Who Sees Your Insights

Even though you receive your own individual results, your team leader will see all of the data. That includes your trust-building style, and unprofessional stress responses.

Your team leader will also see your results, as well as your teammate’s results’s. Together, this paints a clearer picture of how to make meaningful changes.

Every team is different, but they all need similar abilities to achieve their goals. Every group will have unique results, but they can all grow more effectively.

What Insights for Teams Reveals About Communication

One of the most pressing challenges for organizations is failing to communicate effectively. Not only does this make achieving goals challenging, but it can also lead to employee burnout.

It isn’t only ineffective communication to be aware of, but supervisors who are unable to interact well. It isn’t enough to just know the way, but also how to lead others there.

Without successfully aligning the entire organization, goals may continue to elude you. This is why communication is a significant part of our coaching methods.

How Does Stress Impact Your Decisions?

Some people are born leaders, while most everyone else needs to learn leadership skills through training. However, not everyone takes the time to understand the impact of their decisions.

As a species, stress plays a significant role in decision making. That can mean that our fight or flight response quickly takes over when stress is involved.

In the end, these stressors can cause bias to skew your reasoning. You may feel like you are thinking with your “gut,” but it may be fear instead.

What Causes Unprofessional Stress Response Triggers?

Everyone has bad days, but it shouldn’t become a pattern of behavior. Unfortunately, many companies are seeing anxiety levels increase among their staff.

Managers need to be mindful of workloads, hours, and team morale. Internally, it’s up to staff to manage their fears and internal triggers in a healthy way.

Organizations are discovering the value of introducing empathy into the workplace. Even Google found that soft skills work the best when creating successful teams.

Who Can Your Team Trust, or Distrust?

Competition can either bolster a team’s level of trust or erode it entirely. In the end, how much trust exists between staff members will determine the outcome.

When employees feel that no one is trustworthy, they don’t feel comfortable at work. Toxic managers can also cause job satisfaction to plummet and impact the mental health of their employees.

Improving communication and building trust goes a long way towards refining your goals. Respect and understanding needs to be present at all levels.

Athletics and Insights for Teams

Leadership in athletic settings is more complicated than it seems at first. Individual egos, team dynamics, and other organizational roles all have to work together.

It isn’t enough for teammates to get along, but how they interact with others. That goes beyond their on-field rivals, but officials and media outlets as well.

Controlling negative triggers also becomes a struggle due to an inherently competitive environment. Moving forward means improving how you communicate with your team, manager, and referees.

Business and Insights for Teams

Communication, both how it reaches others and what is said matters the most. The Economist suggests that it isn’t only unclear instructions but also pointless meetings to avoid.

Many leaders focus on developing business skills rather than learning to communicate effectively. That leads to confusion, wasted resources, and frustrated employees before long.

It’s now critical that team managers also learn video messaging skills. Even if it’s not an on-screen meeting, it helps to share your vision clearer.

Healthcare and Insights for Teams

Much like athletic teams, healthcare workers also need to learn to develop trust with others. Whether or not patients trust their caregivers plays a significant role in self-advocacy measures.

That trust starts with those leading medical staff as well as shareholders. While directors do have constitutions to fulfill, they also need to focus on improving care quality.

No matter which industry you discuss, your staff needs to be treated well. Brands that have improved customer service are those that value their staff.

Improve Your Insights for Teams scores with Executive Coaching

We know that you can’t control every factor, but utilizing your Insights for Teams is the first step. Knowing how to communicate more effectively leads to stronger trust and a better corporate culture.

Even after receiving a better understanding of your teams, you may need more help. That is why we also offer executive coaching and speaking services.

Whatever your organization is lacking, we’re here for your company. Learn better leadership skills with Good Leadership today.