TetraMap is a personality assessment that originated in New Zealand. As a Leader is a very helpful insight into what makes people tick. At the heart of TetraMap and its success is the use of nature as a metaphor. Using the geodesic design or tetrahedron, Jon and Yoshimi were able to map the four elements. The brilliance of this is that it highlights how all of the elements are inter-connected, that there are no opposites and it demonstrates how nature works in synergy. Each of the elements is used to describe different human characteristics.
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TetraMap is a personality assessment that originated in New Zealand. As a Leader is a very helpful insight into what makes people tick. At the heart of TetraMap and its success is the use of nature as a metaphor. Using the geodesic design or tetrahedron, Jon and Yoshimi were able to map the four elements.
The brilliance of this is that it highlights how all of the elements are inter-connected, that there are no opposites and it demonstrates how nature works in synergy. Each of the elements is used to describe different human characteristics. All of us have the four elements — just in varying degrees. By understanding the differences, we can significantly improve our communication and therefore our relationships and our results. Remember that we need a blend of all the elements across our teams.
Interestingly at a team workshop yesterday, there was strength in Fire and Water with only 1 person in the team focused on Air. This was a weak spot for the team. They realised that they are struggling with creating new operating procedures, launching new products and services and not hitting some of their performance targets. This created an excellent discussion, insights and clear actions for the team to take away.
You can also find a common language that focuses on the positive attributes of individuals. In TetraMap language, a weakness is seen as a strength in the wrong environment! Earth leaders like to get to the point. Such a different style to the water people who like to chat and build rapport. Air preference — is about wisdom and creating strategy.
Rules and policies are important to air leaders — compare this to our fire preference who want to talk about all the possibilities and not be held back. How will you best connect to your team? Are you able to bring a blend of all the TetraMap elements? Having flexibility as a leader is a major key to successful relationship building.
Are you flexible enough to accept others style and appreciate exactly what they are bringing to the party. If you are interested in finding out more about using TetraMap for you or for your team, get in touch. Phone Sandra on or email Sandra handbagsintheboardroom. If you want to get more from your career, Come to our Success Summit.
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Using TetraMap to describe Human Behaviour Each of the elements is used to describe different human characteristics. Firstly, consider your team members and do a map about where you think the team are at: Earth are firm, hands on people Air are clear thinkers Water are calm and caring Fire are optimistic and bright. Secondly think about your own leadership style. Water preference is about empowerment and having compassion for others. Finally, fire is about inspiring for the future.
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The Four Elements Test – What Are You?
It is good to meet you or to see you again. Use the top menu to help navigate and dive deeper. We already know problems are more easily solved by people working together by bringing a diverse range of ideas, perspectives and experiences to the table. Then, the question is how? We help people learn together in ways that are fulfilling and long-lasting. TetraMap is not a personality profiling tool. Rather, it builds a firm foundation for understanding your nature and the nature of others.
Which Element Defines You: Earth, Water, Air or Fire? [QUIZ]
It is a simple and effective communication tool which can improve communication and relationships by responding more appropriately to the behaviour of others. The early works revolved around creating a behavioural model to stop communication violence. Through research and development over the years, Learnology realised that the model could be used to map any natural system and not just behaviour alone. Earth, Air, Water and Fire are illustrated to work in synergy by nature and these four elements are present in human nature as well.