Idyia use a wide range of assessment and profiling tools to support coaching, leadership development, organisational development, leading and managing change, and team development. They are a useful additional component in coaching and can be used at individual, team and organisational levels. The data and structured frameworks provide a vehicle for developing new insights and perspectives and with focused coaching support to explore the implications can identify actions to enhance leadership capability and performance.
- Emotional Behaviours at Work
- Denison Organisational Culture Survey
- Team Management System
Are you playing to your strengths as a leader?
Do you know the strengths of team members?
How can you create an energising environment in which strengths can be used to empower individuals and teams to deliver high performance?
Great leaders are characterised less by an absence of weaknesses but the presence, understanding and optimisation of strengths in themselves and their team members.
Strengths are defined as underlying qualities that energise you and that you are great at or have potential to become great at. Underpinned by over a decade of testing research, and validation, Strengthscope®helps you to perform at your best every day, and also allows you to reduce performance risks – all by developing what already exists inside of you. When used as part of a strengths-based coaching programme, this insight can significantly improve performance, motivation and confidence, during good times and tough times. Strengthscope® offers leaders a range of personalised report into their strengths as a leaders.
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An emotionally intelligent leader is aware of their impact on others and understands the behaviours and emotions of their team members. With greater emotional intelligence comes greater ability to effectively manage, lead, inspire, motivate, and influence others. Emotional intelligence has four key elements:.
- Self-awareness: recognition of one’s own emotions
- Social awareness: recognition of others’ emotions
- Self-management: ability to manage one’s emotions
- Social skills: an ability to influence and manage others’ emotions
Emotional intelligence is clearly a key set of skills and capabilities for effective leadership. The good new is that it can be both measured and developed which is where the EBW Global Emotional Intelligence System comes in to help you invest in your emotional intelligence as a leader. It is a practical, work-based approach to Emotional Intelligence that helps leader understand why people behave the way they do and how to maximise their engagement with, and performance at, work by focusing on the emotional drivers and behaviours that predict success at work
Would you like to be more resilient? As a senior leader do you sometimes feel over-whelmed?
Resilience can be defined as the capability to maintain high performance alongside positive well-being. Too often high performance is achieved at the expense of personal well-being. Given the competing and ever-increasing pressures and expectations of multiple stakeholders, developing resilience is increasingly an essential skill in a senior leader’s toolkit. Although personal resilience is related to personality characteristics it is also a function of individual experience situational demands of the role.
The good news is that resilience is a combination of personal traits and practical skills which can be developed.
i-resilience is a personality based personal resilience profile developed by Robertson Cooper around four core personality related components of resilience:
- Confidence: Feelings of competence, effectiveness in coping with stressful situations and strong self-esteem are inherent in feeling resilient. The frequency with which individuals experience positive and negative emotions is also key.
- Adaptability: Flexibility and adapting to changing situations which are beyond our control are essential to maintaining resilience. In many situations, resilience involves coping well with change and recovering from its impact.
- Purposefulness: Having a clear sense of purpose, clear values, drive and direction help individuals to persist and achieve in the face of setbacks.
- Social support: Being able to build good relationships with others and get support from them can help people to overcome adversity.
You will receive a personalised confidential report which identifies current levels of resilience and coaching is focused on developing the associated skills of resilience.
An understanding of your own levels of resilience will enable you to identify ways to become more resilient and identify sustainable leadership strategies to balance pressure and performance requirements of leadership.
An understanding of the components of resilience also enable you to be a more effective leader and sensitive to your leadership impact on your team members.
Would you like to better understand the culture of your organisation?
Leaders know that the organisational culture affects business performance and an understanding of that can be used to prioritise activity and leverage the factors that impact organisational performance.
The Denison Model designed to give an easy-to understand, yet comprehensive analysis of the cultural dynamics of an organization by evaluating the underlying cultural traits and management practices that impact organisational outcomes.
Wouldn’t it be great to take the guesswork out of teamwork?
- Want to have personalised evidence-based data to support your individual development as a leader?
- Want to understand the elements of high performing teams?
- Looking to develop the high-performance potential of your team by understanding the dynamics of effective team working?
The Team Management System (TMS) brings an integrated approach to individual, team and organisational performance. Accredited for the whole range of TMS profiles, Idyia can offer a range of assessment tools for individual and team coaching coaching. A unique suite of single and multi-rater tools that share a common conceptual framework, they give you multiple perspectives on individual performance and high energy teamworking.
30 years of validated research have created a full suite of Profiling tools known as Margerison-McCann Team Management Systems (TMS).
The Team Management Wheel lies at the heart of this integrated approach designed to help maximise personal potential, build great teams and create energy for success. It provides a visual starting point for a discussion about what makes high energy teams.
The TMS approach makes individual development the critical first step to effective team development. And it places both in the context of business results. Each of the TMS Profiles offers a unique view on a person or situation at work. Each has its own visual model and simple language to bring it to life.
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The Team Management Profile is a unique management and team development tool that gives you more perspectives on individual performance, high energy working and organisational culture.
It offers personal feedback based on extensive research into what creates personal success and high performance teamworking. Balanced teams that focus on the complete cycle of work, as shown in the Types of Work Model, are more likely to succeed. They also need greater understanding about how to maximise the value of different approaches. Each personal Team Management Profile aims to enhance self-awareness, mutual understanding and respect for the differences that build team resilience.
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Team Performance Profile explores what your team members and customers perceive to be the key goals and expectations and how you measure up? What does team success look like?
The Team Performance Profile provides a detailed mini-audit of how everyone thinks the team is doing in relation to a powerful, fully researched model of team effectiveness, linked to the models and concepts within the Team Management Profile.
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Window on Work Values considers how behaviour at work is influenced by your values and support you to review the way you interact with others at work.
For teamwork to be effective, we need to understand individual working values as these influence motivation and the way people work. The Window on Work Values Profile offers important insights into how things actually get done in your organisation, helping you gain better understanding of how people operate together and how well individuals fit with the culture of the workplace.