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Performance Management Isn’t “touchy Feely.” Here’s Why.

At Team Excellence, we help organizations manage employees and relationships. That means we get into the “people stuff” that some in the business world refer to disparagingly (and incorrectly) as touchy-feely.

The behavioral sciences are often referred to as “soft sciences,” especially in regard to management disciplines, while finance, accounting, manufacturing, engineering, information technology, etc. are considered “hard sciences.” Because psychology, sociology, and other studies of human behavior and interaction are not as precise or black and white as their hard science counterparts, they haven’t been considered necessary or important to how one actually runs an organization.

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Why we are partnering with Team Excellence

In workplaces that are more collaborative than ever, employees must understand their own and their colleagues’ strengths if the company hopes to reach peak performance.

In other words, it’s no longer enough for your workforce to simply understand what the strategy and objectives are—they also need a system for determining how the work can best be carried out, based on healthy working relationships and an understanding of their own and their colleagues’ unique strengths.

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Khorus Software and Team Excellence Partner to Enable Strengths-Based Collaboration within Organizations

Partnership brings together Khorus’s enterprise leadership platform with Team Excellence’s personality and strengths assessment


AUSTIN, Texas  —  October 19, 2016 — Khorus Software and Team Excellence today announced a partnership centered around driving strengths-based collaboration within organizations.

Khorus customers can now integrate results from Team Excellence’s Personal Strengths Inventory (PSI) assessment into the platform, giving every member of the organization easy access to their own and their colleagues’ strengths, motivations, and working styles.

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Traditionals, Boomers, Millennials: How technology forms the next generation

new generation in workforce

Experience can shape our interpretations of reality, influencing our view of what we believe to be true. If you consider the collective experiences of a generation, could it be reasonable to believe that these have influenced that generation’s worldview.
Take, for instance, a generation that witnessed Kennedy’s assassination, the Vietnam War, the first man on the moon, and civil rights.  Surely this might influence a different worldview than a generation that witnessed 9/11, Enron’s collapse, and the rapid increase of smart phones and texting.

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