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How to use Functional Fluency to build relationships and create better teams

A team is a special group of people, purposefully drawn together to contribute their unique and complementary skills towards a common goal, in which they must hold themselves and each other mutually accountable.

Collective performance is the key factor differentiating a team from any random organisational group.

The benefits of Functional Fluency for Teams

Functional Fluency can help you as a team leader to:

  • Develop effective workplace relationships within your team or organisation.
  • Assist people contributing to behavioral change processes, by ensuring that the teams in your organisation are collaborating optimally in order to drive sustainable outcomes.
  • Create teams capable of solving problems through constructive dialogue.
  • Provide a means for your team members to deal with differences successfully and significantly optimise individual and team strengths.
  • Build high performing, can-do teams.

By using the Functional Fluency model, team members learn to choose effective combinations from a selection of behavioural options, based on information available to them, in any situation. This is what we like to call ‘fluent teamwork’.

Find out how your team can immediately benefit from learning about the Functional Fluency model and how to use it.

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Build Effective Relationships with Functional Fluency.

Your Personal TIFF Experience

A great way to start getting to know Functional Fluency is through your own personal "TIFF Experience". This process really puts the "personal" back into "personal development".

You can choose a licenced TIFF provider, who you feel you can connect with. This person will provide you with a link to fill in a TIFF questionnaire online in your own time. The result of this will be a snapshot of your patterns of social behaviour. In a collaborative one-on-one feeback session, your TIFF provider will support you in making sense of your behavioural profile and provide guidance for how to use this information.

Try it out and, if you like, let us know what happens next!

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