Team Alignment Leads to High Levels of Performance

When everyone in the team is aligned, “on the same page”, all team members are clear about what they are doing and why they are doing it and are committed to fulfilling their responsibilities to achieve the team’s goals.  As a result, highly aligned teams become high performing teams.

This level of alignment can only be achieved when there is a high level of trust in the team, because only when there is trust will team members have the robust conversations they must have to achieve a high level of alignment.

The assessment will accurately pinpoint exactly which level of alignment currently exists in the team. Is the team in the bottom quartile (25% of all teams), the second, third or top quartile?  Our research has also identified the specific trust-building behaviours needed to increase alignment and move a team to higher levels of performance. 

High-performance teams outperform other similar teams and outperform what you would expect of the team given the make-up of the team.  A champion team will outperform a team of individual champions!


Clarity and approval – the degree to which team members are clear on and personally approve of the purpose, values, vision, goals, priorities and roles. The barriers to building trust in the team, and what needs to be done to remove them.


Anonymous verbatim comments from team members which provides valuable feedback about the impact the current level of alignment and trust is having on the teams culture. 


What is currently preventing the team from achieving higher levels of alignment. The additional development notes provided help to identify specific areas the team must work on to achieve higher levels of alignment. 

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