Team Development

Working with Teams


For HR Professionals

The Train the Trainer Workshop is aimed at Hogan certified HR professionals who have experience with individual assessments and feedbacks within the Hogan Assessments suite and who are now ready to bring this experience into a team context.

The workshop will cover topics like; how to understand and work with teams in general, and how to understand and use the Hogan Team Report, including how to use the Team Discovery Board and facilitation toolkit. At the completion of the workshop you will be equipped with a full Team Discovery Facilitation toolkit to run team development processes in your own organisation.

To learn more about Hogan Team Discovery please contact us or to see the next open workshop go to our Workshop Planner.


We help teams to achieve full potential and to gain strategic self and team insight, so they actively master their team dynamics and know how to navigate the team and its members, to fulfil their mission and create strong business results.

A&D Resources’ Team Dynamic & Development process is aimed at Senior & Leadership Teams. The goal is to develop coherent and resilient teams that are getting along and getting ahead.

The dynamics that occur in all teams are a combination of the functional and the psychological part of the team. The functional – being the formal roles, responsibilities and job related functional experience, and the psychological – being personality at the best, personality at the worst and values and drivers that are active in the team.

Our focus is to work with the psychological dimension of team dynamics; The bright side, the dark side and the inside of the team. We help teams to create a strong psychological foundation and to create a shared team language, that enables teams to navigate often complex team dynamics.

To learn more about Hogan Team Discovery please contact us


The Hogan Team Report draws on personality assessment to help teams identify and understand three internal dynamics:

  • Team strengths and weaknesses: In order to maximize strengths, high performing teams should have a balance of people across five key psychological roles.
  • Potential Team Fracture Lines: In order to maintain harmony, teams have to recognize and mitigate the personality characteristics that can derail success.
  • Team Culture and Shared Values: Shared values and drivers are key in working toward a common goal, and are critical to the ongoing success of any team.
 To learn more about Hogan Team Discovery please contact us
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