To augment our facilitated training and leadership programmes we often use various psychometric tools to help attendees find out about themselves and their teams. These can be effective as another ‘tool in your armoury’.

Here are some of the services we offer – give us a ring if you need any further information on how they can benefit your teams.

Tangram Team360

This is our in-house tool to help your team analyse and profile themselves. The general version has eight sections and contains 64 questions. This content can be tailored to your exact needs if you wish to include or exclude certain questions. It can be a one, two or three step approach dependent on your needs.

  • Step1. Each team member is emailed the questionnaire and completes it anonymously. This encourages that honest and accurate answers are given by individuals. These results produce an ‘inner-circle’ – showing how the team feel about themselves
  • Step 2. Stakeholders that work with, for or are clients of the team then complete a second, version. This contains around 40 questions and can, once again, be tailored to your exact needs. The results produce an ‘outer-circle’ giving the team a reality check to their own survey. It’s how they look from the outside
  • Step 3. If you have multiple teams completing the same survey you can then overlay any performance metrics you have. This allows you to understand results from the survey versus actual results on performance.

From any or all of the steps above a detailed training plan can be developed to take the team’s forward. This might be something you can do in-house or alternatively we can provide this training service.

Download Sample Report pdf here

Belbin Team Inventory


The Belbin team role model is designed to use the talents and personalities of team members. If you want your team to improve its performance by working together more effective, it is important that you learn to use the psychological diversity in your team to its fullest potential.

Real cooperation is not easy. We all strive for it but difficulties always arise at some point. Between team members there are big differences in style, attitude, temperament and personality. These differences are explained by the Belbin Team Role Model.

Belbin Team Roles

Team Roles describe the behavior that we can recognize when we work together with others. Each team role is actually a strategy in dealing with work and with colleagues. In other words, a favorite style of cooperation that can be seen by working with others. Team roles are the perfect instrument to use these different styles to their fullest potential.

Download Sample Report pdf here

Team roles are complementary

A team must consist of different roles to achieve maximum performance. The nine roles are essentially complementary. They complement and reinforce each other, but they can also contradict and compete with each other. A team role says a lot about the style of work of a team member and comes from the personality of the individual.

In practice, we all have two or three team roles that fit us naturally and some that we really do not like.

Emotional Intelligence


Download Sample Report pdf here