According to Jungian 16-type personality survey, people have special types of personalities; each individual has his or her own special talent level. Organizations who want to develop effective teams need to analyze their personality-types and help each member of these teams to be aware of his or her own personal aspects as well as realizing the similarities or the differences among other team members. Building trust and listening skills between team members are the most sensitive subject and critically important to becoming empowered work teams. Structuring a clear process is the first step to the team's ultimate success.
What could be the benefits of working as a team with different types of members’ personalities/skills? When a group of members combines their talents, they condense their weaknesses. Based on the Jungian 16-type personality survey and learning team charter, my team has five unique and distinctive personalities. Each member has different kind of skills. For instance, some are excellent with research for finding the information, writing, Microsoft such as Excel, PowerPoint, which will assist to gather data, communications, as well as public speaking, which helps to present the projects, and more. In that case, each person has some values to contribute to the group.
By looking at the entire picture, different personalities and skills in the team members are the primary foundation of the organizational capability for any goal implementation. To have a solid foundation in the team relationship, members of the team have to learn two important fundamentals, trust and listening skills.
Trust is typically the core to effective team performance. Even though a team may have highly skilled members, a lack of trust will slow down the ability of a group to get work done. Once trust is broken, it is very hard and almost impossible to re-establish trust after it is damaged. Having trust between the members will create a healthy and productive work...