Team development using Insights Discovery

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Every advance, every conceptual achievement of mankind, has been connected with an advance in self-awareness

Dr Carl Jung

Teamwork doesn't just happen

Team Storming

The success of any business is built on the performance of its people. We help people and teams to perform at their highest level by improving their understanding of themselves and others.
This enables people to adapt and connect with others more easily, leading to workplaces where performance can thrive.

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Learning that sticks

Insights Discovery uses a language of colour that is simple to understand and remember. That means people can continue to use the Insights Discovery terminology on a daily basis, which is vital when conflicts arise, team dynamics change or there is a change in leadership.

Using insights Discovery for team Development benefits

Common LANGUAGE

Introduces a common language for your team, using the metaphor of colour. It is memorable and simple to use, so learning isn't forgotten

Improved relationships

Enable a greater understanding of the team's operating style and how this can be used to improve productivity and tackle conflict. This will result in better communications and working relationships, building a stable team

Increased productivity

A framework for better communications both internally and externally leading to greater productivity

flexed styles

Improve the ability to see things from other perspectives, enabling teams to flex preferred styles to accommodate others preferences

lead through change

Insights Discovery is an enabler for teams to lead, support and motivate others through uncertainty and change

Strengths and BLIND SPOTS

Identifies strengths and potential blind spots, building a more engaged team and workforce

Introducing insights Discovery for teams

Insights Discovery is a simple and accessible four colour model, which helps us to understand ourselves and others. Every person has all four colour energies within them; it is the combination of these energies that creates each unique personality.
Our colour energies refer to a set of characteristics that tend to be our most preferred, or most natural, way to be.

Fiery Red. Usually strong minded and focused on results, Fiery Red energy shows up as a strong determination that influences a person’s interactions with others.

Sunshine Yellow. Radiating enthusiasm and encouraging participation, people with a lot of Sunshine Yellow energy tend to relish the company of others and desire to be involved.

Earth Green. Individuals with a high amount of Earth Green energy view the world through what they value and what is important to them, often seeking harmony and meaningful relationships.

Cool Blue. With a desire to know and understand the world around them, those with a Cool Blue preference often like information to be accurate and complete before making a decision.

Insights Discovery Programmes

Our sessions are all bespoke and will be specifically tailored to fit your requirements. 

You'll find some of the options we offer below.

Introduction to Insights Discovery
2 hour introductory workshop covering
  • Perception
  • Colour Energies
  • Preferences of introversion and extraversion, thinking and feeling, and sensation and intuition
  • Understanding the profile
For individuals and teams
Discovering team effectiveness
Building on the introductory sessions covering
  • Strengths in the team
  • Team wheel and team dynamics
  • Adapting and connecting in the team
  • Enhancing communications in the team
  • Team effectiveness model
  • Team commitments
Discovering leadership effectiveness
Building on the introductory sessions covering
  • Traits of great leaders
  • The four colour energies in leadership
  • Missing colour energies
  • Motivating the colour energies and the eight insights types
  • Adapting your approach
  • Action planning

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