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Your Team Esteem Audit is ready for you!

In preparing to Take your Team to the Top, your first step is to complete this Audit which examines 7 areas in which teams typically struggle.

You will read a series of statements, and rate your team in respect to each one according to this scale:

1 = Poor        2 = OK           3 = Good       4 = Tops!

You'll get the most helpful and accurate result by being honest!

To download your Audit, simply click on the PDF link below. A new window will open, enabling you to read it on the screen, save or print the document.

Everything is explained in the Audit ... but if you need a hand with anything at all, I'm here to help! Just email me at sandi@sandigivens.com.au - or call +61 3 9844 4612.

Get ready to Take your Team to the Top!

Team_Esteem_Audit_Part_1.pdf Team_Esteem_Audit_Part_1.pdf (146kB)

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