In 2005, Geoffrey Bellman and Kathleen Ryan were curious about three questions:
For over a decade, these two along with colleague, Kevin Coray and several other ET Partners have been observing, researching, facilitating, leading, writing about, and participating in amazing teams. They offer a products that will support you as you conduct your own pursuit of what goes into such exemplary groups…
The updated version 2.0 of the Extraordinary Teams Inventory was released in November 2021.
What's the difference between an ordinary team and an extraordinary one? Extraordinary teams can achieve tangible results, but they also do something ordinary teams cannot; they cultivate an exciting, collaborative environment built upon mutual trust, respect, and engagement.
Make Your Team Extraordinary…
The Extraordinary Teams Inventory 2.0 is not your ordinary team assessment; it’s the powerful team development solution that will transform your organization’s teams from just plain ordinary to absolutely extraordinary.
It serves as a catalyst for team discussions, decision-making, and action steps for moving toward a higher level of performance and an increased sense of personal fulfillment.
Team members are asked to rate their team experience when it comes to Ten Practices that Create Extraordinary Teams. The ETI team results are displayed in a Team Report along a scale that moves from Ordinary to Solid to Extraordinary performance.
Download these two helpful references for additional information:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Extraordinary Teams Inventory by Kevin E. Coray, PhD, Travis Green, MA, Kathleen D. Ryan, MPA, & Sally Starbuck Stamp, MC, BCC.
Development & Validation of the Extraordinary Teams Inventory 2.0 by Kevin E. Coray, PhD
Experienced consultants and authors, Geoffrey Bellman and Kathleen Ryan pass along what they learned during their field study and their long experience consulting with teams and organizations. Their book:
Chapters are filled with models, practical tools, examples, exercises, and actions. Twenty stories from the field illustrate key points. The book offers readers 26 strategies, 83 action steps, and 110 reflective questions.