> To accelerate the process for a manager taking on a team

> To give the manager the keys to developing practices suited to the team

> To improve efficiency and collective performance

> To promote the commitment of all in a development process



Simple graphs, supplemented by qualitative textual information for improved assimilation of the results by the team and manager.

> Assessment of the team for each of the 8 key dimensions of collective performance

> Comparison of the behavioural trends of the team with those of the manager

> Identification of the skills to be developed in order to improve collective performance



> Collective and anonymous data— with no individual information — to create a collective exchange medium

> Identification of focus areas and skills to develop to improve collective performance

> With this tool, the manager  « ‘triggers’  » the team dynamic

« Rather than recruiting a whole new team, I prefer to train the existing team and offer them management skills to improve their Management Committee credibility. What I loved about this analysis tool that was it was simple, individual and anonymous. I knew that with this solution, there was no risk of frightening the team. They realised that it was important to have a unique vision both internally and externally, to see their commitments through and keep to schedule. Thanks to the tool and a new management process we’ve implemented, they have become more confident and autonomous. The Management Committee team has finally embraced a level of empowerment that they had evaded until this point. »


Charles Dauman

Managing Director of Shiva