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Perspectives on Teamwork

Discus has a wide array of tools for assessing the operation of a team as a whole, but just as important is an understanding of a member's individual approach to teamwork.

This where the new Team Attitude Summary comes in: Discus uses a specially designed DISC model to describe how a person will tend to approach work in a team. It also breaks down team attitudes into one of twenty-seven distinct role types:

Adapter
Administrator
Architect
Balanced
Brainstormer
Consultant
Counsellor
Designer
Director
Empathiser
Energiser
Explorer
Finaliser
Improviser
Interpreter
Motivator
Observer
Organiser
Originator
Presenter
Producer
Proposer
Reviewer
Socialiser
Sympathiser
Technician
Thinker

Each of these roles has its own distinct definition, describing a particular approach to teamwork, and a particular attitude to others within a team setting. These role definitions give an at-a-glance summary of a member's likely behaviour in a team setting.

Discus can provide a Team Attitude Summary for any member of a team, including a role breakdown. A Discus Team Attitude Summary

The PPF Model: Pace, Perspective, Focus

The three axes of the PPF model

The PPF model is a way of expressing a person's DISC results in a way that's particularly well suited to identifying team behaviours and roles. It translates ordinary DISC results onto three new axes:

PacePace measures the member's urgency or thoughtfulness.
PerspectivePerspective describes whether the member takes a broad view, or is concerned with precise detail.
FocusFocus looks at whether the member's focus lies in practical issues, or is more concerned with social matters.

The combinations of these factors in a person's style gives a powerful insight into their working style within a team.

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