TMS is a programme which focuses on understanding team skills and working preferences in order to develop individual, team and organisational performance. It involves highlighting levels of existing skill at an individual level and mapping out a means through which such skills can be integrated and utilised cohesively by the team at large. It recognises the importance of gaining understanding and self awareness through the experiences other team members have of your skills and traits. Similarly through means of the Risk Orientation Model we can measure the inherent responses of an individual to risk taking and overcoming obstacles through their assessment of risk versus reward situations. This allows teams to achieve balance in the skills and working preferences within their group.
The TMS approach focuses on identifying and understanding key work elements that prove to be a reliable and valid focus in explaining
"why some individuals, teams, and organizations perform, work effectively and achieve their objectives, while others fail to do so."
At its core, Team Management Systems offers research-proven assessments that reveal critical dynamics to enable the development of high-performance in the workplace with short term and long term focuses.