Example of a 6 Key Indicator section
Effective communication is the lifeblood of a team, so when it breaks down, it’s a crisis. Teams that effectively communicate decrease project error and interpersonal conflict. In an environment where individual team members or multiple stakeholders bring competing needs and assumptions to the table, poor communication (exchange of information) can quickly result in frustration and inefficiency.
Common Symptoms Of Ineffective Communication Are:
· Individuals interrupting or talking over others in meetings.
· Individuals remaining silent when decision-making is required.
· Team meetings that are not balanced forums for discussion.
Communication is one of the six key areas we evaluate. Here is how we break it down:
TEAM / LEADER ALIGNMENT
This graph shows the comparison of the collective team survey results vs. the leader survey results to see if the team and the leader are aligned on the team’s performance.