What does the TEAMS assessment measure?

It measures 5 team roles and indicate those which we prefer to play in the team. By subjecting all team members to the assessment, we have a clear picture of which roles dominate in the team and which ones are missing for the team to achieve even better results. The five TEAM styles are:




General description: gives ideas, provides creative, “out of the box” solutions. Sees solutions which others fail to notice. Reluctantly agrees to makeshift solutions. A Theorist asks: “What are we doing, and where are we going?”

Possible limitations: a possibility that he/she will be more inclined to create new ideas instead of focusing on implementing current tasks.



General description: a doer and an accomplisher, works according to a plan, implements solutions. The go-to person for finishing and refining projects. Usually does not consider himself/herself a leader and is reluctant to accept this role. An Executor asks: ”What do I need to complete this task?”

Possible limitations: a possibility that he/she will need to obtain clear directions regarding implementation of tasks, next steps, goals in order to maintain effectiveness.



General description: is accurate, controls quality, thinks about improving the process, weighs the risk against the potential results. Finds essential elements of a given idea and develops next stages of the process which allows to implement the idea. The Analyst asks: “Are we doing the right thing?”

Possible limitations: a possibility that he/she will focus too much on a project’s details and losing sight of the original goal.



General description: creates the teams, sets its goal, oversees the implementation of the task. Sensitive to people around him/her, tries to create a pleasant work environment for everyone. If necessary, he/she can be a dominant leader. A Manager asks: “Who is doing what? What overall milestones have we accomplished? Are we on track?”

Possible limitations: a possibility that needs will not be properly balanced and priorities will not be properly set out.



General description: gives ideas and creates feasible solutions which take into account market needs. Stands out with the ability to express himself/herself well and being decisive. Impacts others thanks to well-developed interpersonal skills and logical thinking. A Strategist asks: “How will we accomplish that? What are all the steps and pieces?”

Possible limitations: a possibility that he/she expects too much from others or overestimates potential benefits/solutions.


Recommended uses: recruitment, team building, sales, leadership


TEAMS is a part of D3 (DISC/TEAMS/VALUES/BAI) assessment, which is possibly the most sensitive competence diagnosis tools in the world, as it combines 4 analysis: DISC (behavior styles), TEAMS (team roles), VALUES and BAI (internal motivations).



See our TEAMS assessment




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