We use the Birkman Method to partner leaders in the development of their teams. This includes:

  • co-creating a Team Alliance for Psychological Safety and Trust to support Team Learning and Value Creation
  • enhancing communications and collaborative work
  • leveraging on unique and diverse strengths, interests and needs of team members to enhance performance, engagement and satisfaction


We coach leaders in use of Birkman insights to develop their teams, leveraging on unique and diverse strengths, interests and needs of their team members to enhance workplace performance, engagement and value creation.

Team Coaching using Birkman insights can benefit newly formed teams, teams seeking to strengthen how they work together, and teams seeking higher levels of team performance.

Sample pages of Reports frequently used in Team Coaching include:

  • The Birkman Basics Report which profiles the strengths, interests and needs of each individual on the team
  • The Group Birkman Map which maps the profiles of individuals and the team, highlighting areas of strengths, hidden needs or stress points as well as areas of conflict or tension to focus on to improve team effectiveness.

Team Coaching Sessions and Team Workshops using Birkman are customised to the needs of Teams to facilitate better self and other-awareness and the co-creation of a Team Alliance and Team Development process to foster psychological safety and trust. This will enhance team learning and collaboration for team effectiveness, value creation and to optimise team success.

Team Workshops can also be customised to meet specific needs of Teams such as in Managing Stress and Managing Conflicts.

Examples of Customised Birkman Workshops include Bringing Out the Best in Your Team with the Birkman Method, Managing Stress with Birkman, and Managing Conflicts with Birkman. More information below:



The Birkman Method supports my goals, behaviors, needs and stress with scientifically-backed data. Knowing what I am already good in, what makes me tick is no longer a mystery to others at the supervisory level.

Taking action on what I became more aware of at the Workshop, I increased the frequency and quality communication with my team to build better bonds via having communication outside of the work agenda and to know each other better. What I observed after three months was that there was improved synergy with my team and I was able to understand their perspective better. There was increased interaction between teams and in how the work was done.

I became more aware of my communication style, especially in relation to my level of assertiveness with others and its impact on my team. This led me to be more conscious about how I am communicating with others and helped to foster better working relationship and communication with others.

I learnt how to recognize my stress behavior and manage it to be a better supervisor to team and to grow as a person. I am also more accepting of others’ differences or limitations and able to look at the bigger picture by focusing on others’ strengths.

The Workshop helped me to be more patient and sensitive to others especially those who are not the same as me.. Rather than jumping into conclusion based on my own perception, I should try to find out more and have open conversation. I observed that when I am more open and accepting of others around me, the situation and tenseness lessens, the energy becomes brighter with laughter. I will continue to grow and learn along the way. Be a happier person. 

I learnt to speak up and expressed myself and needs more. I am also finding new ways of expressing myself. I found that I am happier and people understand me better. 

I realised that I needed “me-time” and scheduled “Me-time” at least once a week like taking walks after work to unwind and be alone. I feel more energised and looked into providing exercise opportunity for my staff for self-care.