Team Management Profile


Definition: Team Management Profile is a method for assessing work preferences in a team composition or team building context, and can also be used for assessing individual and organizational preferences.
According to Margerison's and McCann's Types of Work Model, there are 9 essential team activities:
1. Advising, 2. Innovating, 3. Promoting, 4. Developing 5. Organizing, 6. Producing, 7. Inspecting, 8. Maintaining, 9. Linking.
This provides 8 team role preferences:
1. Reporter / Adviser, 2.Creator / Innovator, 3. Explorer / Promoter 4. Assessor / Developer, 5. Thruster / Organizer, 6. Concluder / Producer, 7. Controller / Inspector, 8. Upholder / Maintainer.
The Linking Role is shared by all members.


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