Undergraduate students, graduate students,
faculty & staff, and all professionals!
“It is as though the Five Finger Pulse Check gave the students permission and motivation to tell what was bothering them because I think we would not have learned about these issues otherwise. We made changes in the class meeting format and each sub-team had action items, resulting from the exercise. It was a great investment of our time and energy.”
“I firmly believe that the implementation of Effective Team Dynamics into our curriculum has provided more tools to successfully communicate and resolve internal conflicts within a team.”
“Not only did my students learn more about how to identify their own strengths; they also learned more about how good teams consist of members with complementary strengths. Students ended up with higher functioning teams and some of the strongest team projects I’ve had delivered to me in nearly 10 years of teaching.”
“The process of learning each others’ strengths and making sure that tough conversations were being almost forced as a means to complete an assignment actually helped bring up some of the underlying issues that nobody really wanted to address.”