TeamEQ KPI's

Last updated
Thursday, June 21, 2018 - 17:46

There are 4 main KPIs in TeamEQ:

  1. Health
  2. Alignment
  3. Participation
  4. Performance


In this article, we explain the meaning of each indicator, where you can encounter them and how you can analyse them..



One of the first indicators shown on the Dashboard is the TEAM HEALTH INDEX (THI), an exclusive TeamEQ algorithm that enables you to view your team’s well-being at a glance.

When you click on the image of the THI on the Dashboard, or simply select “Health Index” in the left menu (in the “Results” section), you will be able to see the THI evolution during the period that you can define.


This algorithm summarizes the most important KPIs for the TeamEQ team:

  • Alignment (second indicator in the Dashboard) 
  • Participation (third indicator in the Dashboard)
  • Team Performance, i.e. an average of the responses given by the team to the test’s nine variables (in the Evolution Beat)

The Team Health Index is expressed as a simple and intuitive percentage and is color-coded to help you understand your team’s well-being:

thi table



Alignment reflects the spread in the scores given by various members of the team. It illustrates the variation in the responses within the group. The higher the variation, the less aligned the team is (low alignment percentage). The lower the variation, the more aligned the team is (high alignment percentage).

An aligned team is a team that possesses the so-called EQ or “emotional quotient”. Emotional intelligence is associated with our ability to recognize, use, understand, and handle our emotions and those of the other people we deal with. It’s a key skill in teamwork.

Just like the Team Health Index, you can access the Alignment evolution graph from the Dashboard and from the side menu bar (inside the section “Results”).


In the section on alignment you can review the evolution graph comparing your alignment with the results of the team, versus the alignment of the team as a whole (the same that appears on the dashboard)

The evolution graph allows you to:

  1. Switch between the evolution of your own alignment over time, the evolution of the team’s overall alignment, and display a comparison of both.
  2. Select the time period for which you want to view the evolution.

The color of the indicator gives the team’s level of alignment:

alignment values



The percentage of participation is obtained by dividing the number of people who have completed the test by the number of active people in the team when the test is generated.

For TeamEQ, participation is crucial as it measures the team’s commitment to the project-well-being and the team leader’s ability to promote it.


You can see this parameter directly on the dashboard. In order to see the evolution graph, you can either click on the image or via the left menu (in the “Result” section). Once you see the graph, you can change the start and end date according to the time period you desire to see.

The color of the indicator gives the team’s level of participation:

participation values



The performance is the average valuation of the variables in the test. Performance is what creates success in a team, but to achieve it the team needs to be engaged (participation), conscious (alignment) and healthy (Team Health Index)

This value doesn’t appear on the dashboard, but is represented by a black line in the Evolution Beat. Moving the cursor with the mouse onto each intersection point highlights the exact value of the average of the variables on a precise date.