The multi-team section facilitates navigation for the supervisors of various teams or for consultants / human resources because it allows them to see the results of all the teams on a single page. The section is accessible from the side menu and is for the exclusive use of the SuperUser and Observer roles when needed.
To access this page you have to click on the team selector in the white menu at the top of the screen and choose "All teams" (as you see in the photo).
Once you have entered, you will see a new side menu where you can access the multi-team section.
First of all (point 1 in the image), the page distinguishes between the results:
- Of the current Beat: the TeamBeat that is underway at that moment.
- Historical: the results of all previous Beats, without incorporating the current one.
To choose the results, you can select the team you want to compare to (point 2) and the period of time in which you want to do so (point 3, only for the historicals).
Teams can be compared with each other and with (point 4 in the image):
• The average of the selected teams.
• The average of the company.
• The TeamEQ Benchmark.
The TeamEQ Benchmark is the average of all the teams that are part of the TeamEQ community for each specific variable and in the selected period.
Continuing with the reading of the table, you will see that there are boxes with different colours. The legend (point 5) helps us understand what the colours mean and to decide what to focus on, to analyze and take action. For example, in the image above it can be noted that the Development team has difficulties and needs intervention.
So, what do I see in the graph?
Take point 6 on the graph, for example. The value 3.01 is the average of the Development team Trust variable from April 20 to May 18.
If you are wondering why the team has this value, if the results are going down or if they were already low before, you only have to click on the number you want to explore. It will then open a new evolution screen that compares the results of all the selected teams for a single variable.