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Working smart with team development

We help you help others develop. Get certified in team development at Skillnad. Learn how to use our smart service for coaches, Teambook.

What is team development?

The team develops on two levels: in its work, but also socially. There is a team, but also individuals. Team development is about managing both these aspects.

The category of work includes such things as common goals, how to share and manage information, roles and mandates, processes and structure. Who makes decisions? What is the best way forward, what is effective?

The social category deals with each person's thoughts and experiences about will direction, motivation, personal development, future and status. How does the person see his/her role in the group, what skills does each individual bring? What is the climate in the group? Here, everything lies on a relational and personal level.


Responsible for team development

Sometimes a person responsible for team development is needed. This is often done by large companies and organisations, who train their own coaches. For that person, Teambook is the right tool. Teambook ensures that there is a common thread and it becomes easy to lead teams forward over time.


What problem does Teambook solve?

Teambook is for those who make plans during a kickoff and as soon as you get home everything is forgotten. The coach uses Teamr and makes sure you keep at it and keep going. Teambook is suitable for all professionals, associations and teams who work in teams and have common goals.


Who is Teambook for?

Teambook is for those interested in team development. It is suitable for those who want to build team spirit, job satisfaction and long-term efficiency in one or more teams. You can be a consultant, leader or employee and become a certified Teambook coach with Skillnad.


What is the difference between Teambook and Teamr?

Teamr is for everyone in the team. Here, the group drives its own process without a coach. Teambook is intended for the person who is responsible for leading team development in one or more teams. In terms of content, the tools are very similar.


What kind of team development is it about?

Teambook provides several tools in one. A self-assessment test for the whole team, follow-ups, new exciting assignments and challenges, time for reflection and discussion. The coach also keeps track of the statistics and shares tips.


Can I trust Teambook?

Yes! Like all Skillnads products, Teambook is based entirely on science and proven experience.

Questions and answers about Teambook


Q: Why should my company implement Teambook?

Teambook is a support for you as a certified coach so that you can work with team evaluation remotely and over time in your organisation. Support and follow up on the behavioural changes that the team themselves have decided to implement. Provide real-time feedback on the changes that are happening or not happening. Teambook allows you to tailor which services to use based on what the team needs, and that will show up in employee surveys and perhaps profitability as well.


Q: Who can access Teambook?

A: Get certified in Teambook at Skillnad. Read more about our certifications here.


Q: What does Teambook contain?

A: Teambook contains a library of services that encourage and trigger the team on their development journey. You set up the services the team needs: 

Team quality survey
A quality survey that shows the current situation and focuses on what the team can do in the future. Through 35 questions and statements, it identifies the factors that the team can influence, shows how they take responsibility today and what factors affect the team's "performance". The TQS is the "heart and brain" of the Teambook and is of course also included in Teamr, which is for any team without a dedicated coach. 

You follow up on the progress of the team in relation to the changes they have agreed in their own questions and answers.

Provide the team with relevant tasks linked to objectives and challenges. Teambook has predefined tasks but you can also create your own. Access to a digital forum for reflection. 

Members are paired up in pairs with a common mission: to talk and maybe solve something with a clear job focus. Benefits teams not seen in everyday life. 

As each organisation owns and manages its own Teambook, they also have access to their own statistics where they can track the progress of teams, departments or the whole organisation.

Helps the team stay focused on the right issues. You choose how often Teambook sends tips. There are many ready-made tips, but you can also create your own.


Q: What is the scientific basis?

Answer: group development, IMGD by Dr Susan A Wheelan, Professor of Psychology.

Quality measurement Team quality survey is based on a large body of knowledge about the effects of engaging goals, good structures, open interplay, development and commitment in the team.

Teambook's basic approach, triggering many small, adjustable behavioural changes in the team, is inspired by Tiny Habits, a method by B. J. Foggs, a professor at Stanford University. 

The ABC model comes from behavioural science and is also fundamental to the function of the Teambook - to give consequences to behaviours that are activated. 


Why Teambook?

Teambook lets you work continuously over time and remotely with team development in multiple teams. The methods are proven and successful.

How do I access Teambook?

Become a certified Teambookcoach with Skillnad. Read more about all certifications here.

What does Teambook contain?

Team quality survey (TQS), andppdrag, us, dialogues, statistics, tips & feedback.

Teambook's scientific basis

Group development according to IMGDby Dr Susan A Wheelan. The Team Quality Survey is based on a large aggregate analysis of the effects of engaging goals, smart structures, open interplay, development and engagement. Tiny Habits Method by B. J. Foggs and the ABC model.

We are particularly proud of this

Through 35 questions and statements, the Team quality survey (TQS) identifies the factors that the team can influence, how they take responsibility and what factors affect the team's performance.

Here you can download a presentation about Teambook.

About Teambook

About Teambook