Extended DISC Team Alignment

“Measure Team Management with Extended DISC® Team Alignment”

Extended DISC® Team Alignment is designed to measure how the team is managed and how it operates compared to how it was designed to be managed.

What is Extended DISC® Team Alignment?

Extended DISC® Team Alignment is a strong team development tool since it shows both the team members and the management where the development needs are. It also shows the results on a team level, demonstrating how the team is operating as one unit.

It is also a strong management tool showing the existing management style and comparing it against the ideal style, thus identifying the gaps between the two.

This gives the management a clear detailed picture of areas where changes in managerial behaviour are needed. Extended DISC® Team Alignment is designed to be easy to read and analyse. This enables the information to be delivered to different people in the organization.

Extended DISC® Team Alignment describes the team present behaviour and the role of the different players. When this is combined with the Extended DISC® Team Analysis report that describes the natural behavioural style of the team members, we can achieve a multi-level analysis of the team behaviour. It enables us to compare the team potential, existing team behaviour and organizational goals.

Total solution for organizational development tools

Riley Harvill

Extended DISC® provides our company with all of the employee and organizational development tools we need.

Riley Harvill, Ed.D. - President

Extended DISC Team Alignment was designed to develop and build teams and groups that function in different stages of team development. It analyses the situation and helps to develop an action plan that the members of the team can effectively implement.

When an organisation aims for high levels of performance through the efforts and participation of individuals, it is necessary that everyone’s contribution is included in the design of action models and plans. Extended DISC Team Alignment functions both as the objective collector of individual viewpoints, and as the identifier of the team’s present situation for its members, leaders and coaches.

At the same time, the tool provides valuable comparative information about the condition of the organisation’s teams and the impact that those conditions have on the team performance. Extended DISC® Team Alignment is a tool designed to support team development projects.

Its role is to help the progress in different development stages and provide decision-making support in the next steps. When the organization and the team aim for top performance through its people, it is essential to learn to understand their perceptions and experiences.

Extended DISC® Team Alignment collects individual opinions objectively and organizes the information in a format that best helps the management in achieving its goals. At the same time valuable information is collected that can later be used as a benchmark against the team’s future Team Alignment results.

Extended DISC® Team Alignment can provide supporting information for most decisions relating to the team and the process. It helps us to understand how the team functions and how one should communicate with the team.

An extremely useful tool in a variety of contexts

James Engel

We have found Extended DISC® to be an extremely useful and popular tool in a variety of contexts. Participants have been able to instantly apply the new knowledge at work and at home. Highly recommended.

James Engel - Senior Executive Director

How are organisations using Team Alignment?

Some of the most common applications for Team Analysis are:

  • Team development
  • Setting a benchmark for other teams in an organisation
  • Analysing the team's management style
  • Reviewing team condition against expected performance

How can I learn more?

Contact one of SuperSelf's Accredited Extended DISC® Practitioners today.  We can answer your questions and let you even give the Team Analysis a try.  We are confident that you will like what you see.