If you could build a dynamic team, focused on enhancing individual strengths and heading off conflict before it ever happens, wouldn’t you do it?
In this weeks episode, we discuss the deliberate “Teamcrafting” that we do using psychometric data, and how that information allows us to hire, onboard, manage and grow individuals, regardless of behavioral patterns and motivations. This focus on the individual allows our team members to be autonomous in their critical roles and tasks as the management team, as they have already been positioned for success based on their individual traits.
In this episode, we review all the parts of the Tri-core Assessment and how we use those variables in ‘Teamcrafting’ to maximize on our strengths, and isolate our weaknesses.
PAW Health Resources: http://bit.ly/PAWCast
The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle: https://amzn.to/2lB5rdy
Traction by Gino Wickman: https://amzn.to/2n9kvjc
Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink: amzn.to/2nfvo2Ia
The U.S Army After Action Review by David Garvin: http://bit.ly/2lCJWsS
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The PAWCast is a semi-weekly veterinary podcast devoted to sharing the ideas of how to be a force of change in the veterinary profession. Those who will find this content helpful will be those who appreciate and wish to implement change for the better in their professional lives. These skills and techniques can be applied at any level of experience or influence, and are the things that have led PAW Health Network to over 250% growth in 3 years. Our industry needs help, and you are the force of change. Let us show you how.