Birkman offers prepackaged 2-hour team building toolkits that strengthen understanding and collaboration across teams throughout all levels of an organization. Since each of our easy-to-use toolkits do the heavy-lifting for you, you’re free to focus on what you do best: engaging and harnessing the unique behavioral traits of your team members to increase productivity and success.
Benefits of Birkman at Work Toolkits:
Show how different personality types approach relationships and tasks in the workplace and why all personality types are necessary for team success
Increase group synergy by understanding how contrasting or conflicting styles can effectively work together
Enable team members to gain insight into their motivators and needs, the core of self- and others-awareness
Onboard new team members or strengthen existing team dynamics
Gain greater awareness of your personality and how it fits into the larger picture of the team
If you are looking to drive performance, and take your team from misunderstanding to mastery, explore our Birkman at Work Toolkits or talk to a Birkman expert today.
How Companies Use Birkman to Create Effective Teams and Improve Communication:
“They went from being adversaries to great allies.”
Tom Massey- Talent Management, Leadership Development Chesapeake Energy
“I’ve been doing things from my point of view and never considered that some people might not like that.”
Claire Gergen - HR Representative, Learning and OD Noble Energy
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where can I buy a Birkman at Work Toolkit and refill supplies?
A. The toolkits are only available in English at this time.
Q: Who is the Birkman at Work Toolkit designed for?
A. Toolkits are ideal for facilitating a group session yourself without creating the experience from scratch. These pre-packages toolkits have everything you need to lead a professional and interactive team exploration of Birkman personality information. Includes: PowerPoint, workbooks, a facilitator guide, and various other supplies.
Q: Do I have to utilize all of the Toolkits? Or can I just use one?
A. The Usual & Needs toolkit is the most popular toolkit and a foundation in understanding Birkman. If you were to just choose one, that would be the one to start with. Beyond that, the Stress and Interests toolkits are more modular and build upon the Usual & Needs toolkit depending on your goals for team discussions and discovery.