Teams are the core of any organization and making them succeed is paramount. If you're a team leader, you must ensure there is trust, commitment, accountability and alignment among the team members. Not only that, but you are also responsible for keeping team morale and making sure they have the skills needed to be prepared for the future.

This is why we are excited to announce Team Dashboards! These allow for team leaders to get the insights previously only available to admin users. If you are in charge of a team, the option "My Teams" will appear on the side menu. Click it and you'll find the following:

  • 😁 Team mood history
  • 🤔 Team mood distribution
  • 💪 Team skills
  • 🎭 Team Internal Net Promoter Score

Let dive into each one of those, shall we?

Assessing team morale

Mood panels (Team Dashboard)
Team mood panels (from Team Dashboard)

Our 2 mood panels, Team mood history and Team mood distribution are used for measuring team morale. Mood ratings are anonymous, of course, to ensure employees can be truthful without fear for reprisals, but team leaders can get an eagle-eye view of the consolidated team mood (an average of the moods for all team members) and how these moods are distributed.

A consistently low team mood is an early sign of employee burnout - and managers should be wary of those. Furthermore, with the mood distribution, you can see if the current team mood is actually averaging out the individuals struggling with fatigue.

Measuring team skills

Team skills panel (Team Dashboard)
Team top skills panels (from Team Dashboard)

The Team top skills panel consolidates all the individual team members skills. In turn, these skills are determined both by the peer's own profile as well as by peer ratings.

This gives managers visibility into both the skills and passions they have at their disposal. Things managers might not have known because they couldn’t see it.

Measuring team trust and respect

Team iNPS panel (Team Dashboard)

Finally, we have the Team Internal Net Promoter Score. Like the Net Promoter Score, which measures the likelihood of a product or service being recommended by its customers, the Internal Net Promoter Score measures satisfaction on a peer-to-peer level within the company. The higher iNPS an employee has, the more valuable they are to their peers. The Team iNPS is an average of the individual iNPS. A team with a high iNPS a team is more trusted both to other teams as well as between its members.

We hope you liked it!

And don't forget, you can leave us feedback and feature requests at our public roadmap.

Paula Carolina Herta

Paula Carolina Herta

Software enthusiast and dancer! With 3 years in tech, I write for Pluckd to help you manage skills effectively.