Team Roles- Team Dimension Profiles
How to Use the Team Dimensions Profile
The Team Dimensions Profile formerly titled Innovate with C.A.R.E. is an assessment tool used to identify roles on teams. People use the profile to make sound decisions on which employees will be effective working on specific tasks. Team members identify their preferred work out of the five roles consisting of Creator, Advancer, Refiner, Executor, and Flexor. Teams that have at least one member representing each role, and those people are given tasks in line with that role, the team tends to function extremely well.
Decide if you want to use the online Team Dimensions profile or the paper-based booklet.Both versions use a series of 12 sets of statements where the user ranks four statements on a most like me to least like me scale. The online version scores itself once all of the statements are ranked and the paper-based version is scored by the user.
Find an authorized distributor and purchase your profile(s).
If you're using an online Team Dimensions profile skip to step 14.If you're using the paper-based Team Dimensions booklet, open the book to the response page and use a pencil to rank the 12 sets of 4 statements on the line provided. Use a 1 for "Least like you", a 2 for "Next most like you", a 3 for "Second most like you" and a 4 for "Most like you".
Use a coin or something metal to rub over the box next to each of your selections.A symbol will appear.
Add the numbers appearing next to each of the symbols and enter them into the tally box on page 5.
Use the graph on page 5 to plot the totals you entered in the tally box.Plot the "X" total on the horizontal axis on the left side.
Plot the "triangle" total on the vertical axis on the top half of the profile.
Plot the "circle" total on the horizontal axis on the right side.
Plot the "square" total on the vertical axis on the bottom half of the profile.
Using a pencil, connect the points you've plotted on the profile to form a trapezoid.
Use vertical lines to shade the quarter of the profile grid which contains the largest area of your trapezoid.
Find the 2nd largest area on your trapezoid, and using horizontal lines, shade that area along with the area shaded in step 11.
Turn to Page 7 and follow the guidelines for interpretation.If you're using the paper-version, congratulations you are finished.
If you're using the online Team Dimensions Profile follow the prompts and rank all of the sets of statements on a "Most like you" to "Least like you" scale.Once you finish ranking the statements the profile will score itself.
Print or save your online narrative Team Dimensions profile report.
- Use the online version if possible. The scoring is automated which makes things much easier. If you have a group and would like to administer the distribution of online Team Dimensions profile access codes there are online administration accounts available. Authorized Inscape Publishing distributors provide them at no cost when you order 25 or more profiles.
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