Team Habits  Resources


We hope you're enjoying reading Team Habits. Below are some worksheets, planners, and other resources that will help you get the most out of the book.

Team Habits Quiz vs. Team Habits Assessment

In the book, you may see references to a "Team Habits Quiz," "Team Habits Audit," or "Team Habits Assessment." To clarify:

The Team Habits Quiz is the free quiz you can take to get a sense of your own team's habits. This tool is currently being updated. Please check back for when it's available again.

The Team Habits Assessment and The Team Habits Audit are the same thing; we'll be using "Assessment" to refer to this service going forward.

The Team Habits Assessment identifies areas of strength and opportunity within your team or organization. It provides actionable insights and tailored solutions to elevate performance and belonging, ensuring alignment, efficiency, and growth.

We currently have two options of the assessment depending on your team/organization. For more information, please visit this page.

Looking for more content directly related to Team Habits ? Check out Better Team Habits on Substack.

Looking to read and discuss Team Habits as a team? Use our Team Discussion Guide as a framework and springboard for conversations around team habits.

Want to share Team Habits with a friend or colleague? Download sample chapters and an expanded table of contents.

Interested in what's been happening in the press related to Charlie and the book? Maybe you want to check out some articles Charlie has written related to Team Habits for other publications? Visit the Press page.

If you're new to the entire world of Productive Flourishing, Better Team Habits, and Charlie Gilkey, you can check out our About page for more information.

If you loved Team Habits and want to get more people building better team habits and working better together, here are three things you can do that will have a really significant impact:

  1. Leave a review on Amazon.
  2. Add it to your shelf on Goodreads.
  3. Tell three friends about the book. The win-win-win here is that more people buy the book (my win), the book will likely grip them and help them improve how they and their team work together (their win), and you'll seed your success pack with three people (your win).

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