Teamwork makes the dream work, but what makes the TEAM WORK effectively?

A great team consists of members who have the requisite talents for their roles, and understand, and appreciate the talents of other team members.

Knowing your talents can help you answer questions like:

  • Are my/our talents aligned with the key responsibilities required in my/our current work?
  • What skills do I/we need to develop to be more effective?
  • Where are my/our potential blind spots?
  • Are we communicating effectively on/with our team?
  • Do I have talents that currently have no outlet?
  • How can I/we continue to grow in my/our work?

This assessment and group review workshop will help teams address the questions listed above. It will help you ensure you have the right people in the right positions.

**This session is conducted at client's office or offsite location rented by client. Up to 15 participants.


Maximize Team Effectiveness Workshop:

Up to 15 Participants

$6,500 plus travel


Talent/Ability Assessment - Leader version
Assessment Report Interpretation (very important)
Identify talents in the team members
Explain and Identify ability combinations on the team
   (Personal Style, Problem Solving,
Spatial/3D Thinking)
Identify communication styles on the team
Identify potential conflict areas and how to resolve them
Pegs-n-Holes alignment (Right person/Role Fit)
Team optimization plan



View Sample Assessment Reports

Leader Report Sample

Thank you for your outstanding presentation as part of our annual Leadership Conclave!  The students found your presentation to be well-structured and easy to follow. The information you presented on developing and identifying your leadership style was well-received and informative.  They appreciated your enthusiasm and the vivid stories you shared of leadership.  We hope to have you back on campus again in the future. 

Kristina Mickel Clement, Associate Director for Leadership Development
Georgia State University

With a powerful commitment to make a difference in the lives of all the students present, Mr. Iloenyosi spoke about his life and was able to communicate to the students what was possible for them. By the end of his presentation, students were applauding and excited about what Mr. Iloenyosi had to say and the impact he had on their lives. Students were able to come away from listening to Mr. Iloenyosi with a brighter look on their future and the knowledge that they truly can have they want for their lives. I am grateful that the students at had the opportunity to hear Mr. Iloenyosi speak.

Dionne Johnigan, Dekalb County Board of Education, Region 10
Future Business Leaders of America

Kene displays an excellent ability to educate others on how to speak from within comfortably, while teaching you how to get your message across.  He makes the entire room feel at ease about public speaking and stresses the importance of confidence.

Danielle Janssen, LIFE Movement Coordinator & Assistant to the President
Life University