Please categorise each and every person in your team, then double-check that all the numbers showing per section, adds up to the correct number of people in your team.

Once you have completed all three forms, please submit your answers, by clicking the ‘submit’ button at the bottom of the page.

MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS


Individuals in sections 1 and 2 (Physiological and Shelter) treat work activities as a chore, use ‘they’ language when speaking about the company, and wait to be told what to do.

Individuals in your team that would be in section 3 (Belonging) feel like part of this company, take the initiative and tend to use ‘I’ language when speaking.

Individuals in sections 4 and 5 (Esteem and Actualisation) enjoy their work, are proactive and tend to use ‘we’ language when talking about work and the company.

Please place every person in your team into the relevant section and then total up how many people are at each level

MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS - your team

5. SELF-ACTUALISATION - LEADING

4. ESTEEM -
HELPS OTHERS OUT

3. BELONGING -
PART OF THE TEAM

2. SHELTER -
ROOF OVER MY HEAD

1. PHYSIOLOGICAL - FOOD ON THE TABLE

Number

How many of your team are at each level?

SKILLS AND ATTITUDE


There are two scales, from 1 to 10, against which you should plot each member of your team (without recording their names or initials on the sheet).

The first scale is horizontal, which asks you to score the level of positivity of each individual’s attitude towards work and the company.

The second scale is the results or performance of the individual, again on a scale of 1 to 10.

Plot each individual on where they sit against both scales and once all individuals have been plotted, write the number of people in each box on the sheet.

SKILLS AND ATTITUDE - your team

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

How many of your team are in each box?

PERFORMANCE CURVE


There are five levels of pressure, each impacting on the performance of the individual. At the lowest end (left hand side), is where individuals are Bored - often showing up as individuals being distracted and disruptive, with low energy and buy-in.

The second section is where individuals are in their Comfort zone - easily able to do their work and spending much of their time ‘coasting’.

The third stage is the Focused zone - where people are giving things their full and undivided attention and energy. This is where things seem to be easy and everything is in control.

The fourth level is the stretched zone - where there are lots of things happening and the individual is operating at the limit of their abilities.

Fifth and finally is the Burn-out zone, where an individual has been operating beyond their limit for some time now and things are not getting any easier for them.

Plot each individual against these five categories, then tally up the numbers in each level and put these numbers in the boxes.

PERFORMANCE CURVE - your team

Bored Comfort Focused Stretched Burn-out

How many of your team are in each column?

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