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Meet The Team

We have a highly skilled team who work together seamlessly to provide exceptional service to all our clients. Get to know us a little better by clicking the profiles below.

  • Simon HowardCEO
  • Jason FeatherbyDirector
  • Sandro Di LolloDirector
  • Greg BerryDirector
  • Peter FarlieDirector
  • Simon HeadonDirector
  • Heather MooreDirector
  • Mathew SmithDirector
  • Dean HemmingsenDirector
  • Kieran TrimDirector
  • Andrew CarterManager
  • Ina Vaskovic-PlantManager
  • Jovan CvetkoskiDirector
  • Karen FowlerManager
  • Katrina SmithFinancial Adviser
  • Maria AlbanoManager
  • Meng WeiManager
  • Ondea KhosraviManager
  • Rhea DonaghyManager
  • Ross ManeaManager
  • Tammy StoneDirector

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I have worked in the professional services industry since starting my career in the Taxation Division of EY in 2000. I enjoyed travelling when younger and have worked in various roles overseas and in Australia before returning to Perth in 2010 to join Knight in my current role.

I believe in continuous learning and have done additional studies in Applied Finance and Financial Planning as these were the areas that interested me and allowed me to improve the way I contribute to Knight. I enjoy the stimulation of working with energetic and motivated people and like the challenge of making things the best they can be (read: I hate inefficiency).

I like to give back to the communities I am part of via my roles as Vice President of the Christ Church Grammar School Old Boys Association, Honorary Treasurer at Perth Flying Squadron Yacht Club and Team Manager of my son’s Claremont Junior Football Club Team.

I love the Perth lifestyle and try to soak it up as much as I can by riding my bike, spending time with family and friends and generally getting out into the great outdoors.

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I joined Knight in 2005 to add some financial advice experience to the business. I hope to bring a practical approach to the advice that I give to my clients and enjoy helping them work towards a better financial position for themselves and their family. I’d like to think I provide sensible advice with a focus on setting up sustainable financial structures that will work over the long term.

I enjoy helping people realise their financial objectives and focus on ensuring they don’t merely follow advice but understand it. Many clients I deal with are in a vulnerable position and that drives me to ensure they are given the support and guidance they need. I believe in providing advice and a plan that can be easily implemented and can evolve with a client’s circumstances.

I love watching the Western Bulldogs play and will happily spend half a day fishing.

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I joined Knight in 1996 and have over 20 years of experience in providing accounting, taxation and business advice to a broad range of clients. My clients include many independently wealthy individuals and a broad range of small-to-medium sized businesses primarily from the professional services, building and construction and mining services.

I love advising small business, helping them maximise profit and lifestyle. I regularly provide advice concerning budgeting, benchmarking and analytical reporting, risk management, asset protection business valuations, acquisitions and sales.

Outside of work I am family and community focused. I am actively involved in Caversham Junior Football club as coach and the Swan Valley Sporting Club as chairman. My association in sporting clubs spans 25 years and my achievements have been from being duel premiership coach, facilitating cultural change to turning a once struggling club into a financial powerhouse through business principles I have developed over my 30 year public accounting journey.

My philosophy in work and life has always centred around quality, sincerity and respect. After 30 years in the industry, my greatest achievements have been the bond and friendship I have developed with my clients. Through ups and downs, twists and turns it has been my honour to serve and be there for them to watch them grow or simply to help them get through to the other side.

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I have been in public practice since 1986 and have advised a variety of clients, particularly in the construction, manufacturing, service station, property development, primary production and medical industries.

I have experience in assisting with and undertaking property development and syndications.

I have continually improved my professional knowledge by undertaking study to become a Fellow of the Certified Practising Accountants of Australian (FCPA) and the Taxation Institute of Australia (FTIA).

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I started at Knight as a Financial Planner in 2006 after spending three years as a Paraplanner at DFS Advisory Services in Melbourne, a role which provided me with a very strong technical understanding of strategies for high net worth clients.
I graduated from RMIT University and have completed my Certified Financial Planner accreditation. I have done further studies by completing my CIMA® certification.

I enjoy helping client achieve their long term financial goals. I try to provide highly personalised wealth creation and risk protection strategies for the people I advise so they can achieve their long term goals. I particularly focus on providing advice in relation to Self Managed Super Funds and direct equity portfolios.

Outside of work, I enjoy cricket, mainly as a spectator these days, and I also love to get out on the golf course whenever possible. I’ll watch the Geelong Football Club play live whenever they are playing in Perth.

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I am one of the long termers at Knight having joined in 1988. During that time I have filled many roles including being the Managing Director of our Accounting business.

I assist clients with a range of issues including accounting, tax, budgeting, forecasting, estate planning for small/medium business. I feel like I have a good sense of the realities of running a business and try to translate this into practical advice that is actionable and delivers a real benefit to my clients.

I enjoy travelling in my time off and love spending time with my family and friends.

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I have been assisting clients with tax and business advice since 2006, when I joined Deloitte Private Clientsin Dublinas a tax graduate. Although I had spent only 2 weeks in Western Australia while backpacking around the county in 2005, I couldn’t quite shake the memory of the pristine beaches. In 2012 I moved to Perth, on spec, and began working with Knight as an accountant. In this role I was fortunate to get a really good grounding in Australian tax, working with a likeminded team who are passionate about helping clients to accomplish their financial, family and life goals. I enjoy the diversity of my current role, managing the ongoing accounting and tax needs of my client base, while also supporting my colleagues as the lead tax specialist at Knight.

Since 2012 I have attained the qualifications of Chartered Accountant, Chartered Tax Adviser and Accredited Family Business Adviser with Family Business Australia. I believe that investing time in further learning is important so we can deliver the highest quality advice to our clients. On the weekends I am likely to be found chasing both of my sons around a park or nursing a strained hamstring after a soccer match.

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Financial and business decisions can be some of the most stressful situations someone can find themselves in. My great passion is assisting my clients navigate these situations and helping them get all of the facts and necessary information to make the right decision.

I understand that no single approach is the right one for everyone, and this is why I love taking the time to get to know my clients to build a business “friendship”. This allows me to tailor my approach and provide the kind of service they desire.

My educational background includes a Bachelor of Commerce from Murdoch University, Chartered Tax Adviser, and CPA qualifications. Professional development is very important to me and that is why I invest a lot of time in keeping up to speed with the latest taxation and accounting developments. Since starting as a graduate accountant in 2002 I have gained a broad experience assisting my clients who include Medical professionals, property developers, and tradespeople. I also spent 4 years as the internal Company Accountant for a family business, so have spent time on both sides of the accounting world.

In my spare time, you can find me hanging out with my family. This involves travel for their dance classes and swimming lessons, or bike rides along the South Perth foreshore

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My interest in business, accounting and finance came from my parents who owned a small business with 4 other parties. I would work there in the holidays and ask the finance director questions constantly.

The professional services industry appealed because I would get the chance to work with multiple businesses and learn far quicker than working in one business at a time. Studying both Commerce and Law degrees pushed me towards tax.

I left New Zealand for a working holiday to the US and Canada and achieving a life goal to become a ski instructor. With that ticked off, I went to the UK, finding work at Deloitte and Diageo before returning to Perth in 2010. I have an interest in cross border issues which stems from my experiences overseas and professional qualifications in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

My family now occupy most of my spare time. I have 3 boys so managing football teams and umpiring t-ball games feature prominently. I especially enjoy the community feel and opportunities to meet other parents.

You might find me cycling to work during the week and I often join the early morning suburban peloton on the weekends.

Whilst the clients I deal with cover a very broad range of industries, I have specific expertise in property taxation, property ownership structures, and technology.

Perth, WA and Australia is my home now.

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I joined Knight in 2005 and during my time here have accumulated experience in providing accounting, taxation and business advisory services.

I am a Chartered Accountant and provide services to a broad range of clients. I assists his clients to achieve their financial objectives by providing personalised accounting, taxation and business advice and I provide the guidance necessary for them to successfully manage their financial affairs.

I like to think of myself as a family man and love spending time with my wife and two children. Other may also regard me as a sports fanatic and I particularly enjoys soccer, tennis and AFL.

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Born and raised in Western Sydney I attended the University of Technology Sydney, studying Business and Finance. Upon graduation I began my accounting career in 2014 at a public practice firm in North Sydney before making the move out to Perth to join Knight in 2015.

I love working with a diverse array of clients in varying industries and enjoy assisting our clients with practical, easy to understand solutions whilst also promoting a collaborative and relaxed management approach within the workplace. I also believe that embracing new opportunities to build and improve on knowledge is paramount which has led me to complete my Chartered Accountants (CA) and Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA) qualifications whilst at Knight.

In my downtime I enjoy travelling WA, soaking up some rays down at the beach, hitting the basketball court and swinging the clubs (with very poor form).

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I have been working in the financial advice industry since graduating University in 2007. I commenced with Knight in 2014 and in my time in the industry have accumulated a wealth of experience in delivering strategic financial advice to my clients across superannuation structuring, personal and business risk protection (insurance), retirement planning and tailored investment strategies to assist clients to maintain and grow their wealth.

I believe that the best advice should be understandable and directly relate to achieving a client’s financial or life goals. Above all, advice needs to be actionable.

I am a graduate of the University of Western Australia (UWA), holding a Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com) and am a Certified Financial Planner (CFP©). In my personal time, I enjoy travelling, time spent with friends and family and keeping active playing sports and going to the gym.

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Born and bred in country Victoria, I studied Accounting and Marketing at Monash Uni in Melbourne and went on to become a Chartered Accountant in 2009.

I loved the city and the people, but not so much the weather or commute. In 2012 I came West with my now husband in search of change and adventure, but what I found was a lifestyle where I really felt at home.

Knight has been a significant part of my growth here, supporting me from day one, both socially and professionally. Knight has embraced my thirst for challenge, facilitating my further study in Applied Finance and Business Analyst courses.

As a lover of competition and the thrill of team success, I coordinate the Knight AFL 9’s team while also playing netball and basketball. When not on the court or field, you will find me trying Perth’s newest restaurants.

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I joined Knight in 2018 with two years of experience in financial planning under my belt. I hold a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Curtin University majoring in Economics, a Diploma of Financial Planning, and a Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning.

What I love about working at Knight is our unequalled approach to advice, strategy and investments. I believe that most of the time, a simple advice approach is extremely effective, and I enjoy educating clients throughout their journey, and delivering a great client service experience. One of the opportunities I have found most rewarding is being able to work with Personal Injury clients and their families, whose lives have been rocked by sickness or injury.

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Away from the office I’m a devoted West Coast Eagles fan, and enjoy spending my spare time exploring WA by 4WD, boat and foot. I’ve actively competed and volunteered in Clay Target Shooting since I was 15, and have been selected to represent WA in State Teams multiple times. When I have some down time, my guilty pleasure is a glass of red, some chocolate and a good documentary.

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In 2006 I graduated from Murdoch University with a Bachelor in Commerce, shortly thereafter I began my career as a graduate accountant and went on to attain my CPA accreditation.

Over the years I have gained a broad spectrum of experience in providing taxation and business advice to clients in various industries. I love taking the time to get to know my clients not only on a business level but also personally.

In my spare time you will find me chasing after my two young children or enjoying some retail therapy!

I joined Knight in 2011 and have been assisting our team of Financial Advisers ever since. Over the years my role has evolved from Client Services Officer to Paraplanner, to now managing a team of highly skilled CSOs.

Originally from New Zealand, I moved to Perth in 2009 and have a strong background in client services and banking. I aim to provide exceptional service to our growing client base and strive to ensure our procedures and processes are both compliant and efficient.

I enjoy spending time with family and friends, keeping active in the gym and exploring this wonderful state that we live in.

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I started my career in a boutique financial planning firm in 2000 before moving to a larger stockbroking and financial planning firm. I added a quick foray into accounting to increase my knowledge base before returning to financial planning in 2013 and joining Knight in my current role. While based in Albany, I travel regularly to meet clients in Perth, Busselton and the general South West, Peel, Great Southern and Wheatbelt regions.

I’m an active member of the community, having been on several executive sporting committees in Albany over the years. Currently I am the President of the Albany Triathlon Club and an Audit Committee Member of a large independent natural resource management organisation.

When I’m not at work you can find me partaking in some form of exercise to keep fit, soaking up any sunshine I can find (lizard… literally basking in the sunlight) and spending time with my extended family and friends.

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FAQs

What is Meredith Belbin theory? ›

Dr Meredith Belbin studied teamwork for many years, and he famously observed that people in teams tend to assume different "team roles." He defined a team role as "a tendency to behave, contribute and interrelate with others in a particular way," and named nine such team roles that underlie team success.

What are the 9 roles of Belbin? ›

The nine Belbin Team Roles are: Resource Investigator, Teamworker and Co-ordinator (the Social roles); Plant, Monitor Evaluator and Specialist (the Thinking roles), and Shaper, Implementer and Completer Finisher (the Action or Task roles). You can find more detail about each Team Role below.

What is a shaper Belbin? ›

Shaper • Highly motivated with a lot of nervous energy and a great need for achievement. • Like to challenge lead and push others to action, can be headstrong and emotional in response to disappointment or frustration. • Generally make good managers because they generate action and thrive on pressure.

What is the team role theory? ›

The team roles describe a pattern of behaviour that characterises one person's behaviour in relationship to another in facilitating the progress of a team. This approach enables an individual or team to benefit from self-knowledge and adjust behaviour according to the demands being made by the external situation.

What are the 5 team roles? ›

Honey's Five Team Roles
  • LEADER: makes sure team has clear objectives and members are engaged. ...
  • CHALLENGER: questions effectiveness and drives for results. ...
  • DOER: encourages progress and takes on practical jobs. ...
  • THINKER: produces ideas and thinks through those proposed by others. ...
  • SUPPORTER: eases tension and promotes harmony.

What are the 4 team roles? ›

In a team, different individuals have different roles to play. Here are four roles for a team: Leader, Facilitator, Coach or Member. All these are the components of a team, but remember that these need not be exclusive.

What makes an effective team? ›

For a team to be truly effective, its members must unite with the same vision and be motivated to bring that vision to life. They must share clear, measurable goals, and be committed to each play their part in the overall success of the group.

What makes a good team? ›

Effective teams pursue a common outcome and have a common goal they want to reach. Healthy teams have mutual respect between members of the team and management. Plus, team members value one another's contributions and skill sets. Having a team allows people with different strengths to work together.

Why are Belbin Team Roles important? ›

Belbin Team Roles helps teams to adapt to changing goals by highlighting collective strengths and minimising weaknesses. This enables the team to be more cohesive (yet adaptable) in a changing environment. Responses to change can vary with individuals.

Is Belbin a psychometric test? ›

Belbin measures behaviour and does not have psychometric properties. There are a number of different factors which influence our behaviour – and personality is one of them.

How do I reference Belbin Team Roles? ›

Example citations in common formats
  1. APA. Belbin, R Meredith. (2012). Team Roles at Work. ...
  2. MLA. Belbin, R Meredith. Team Roles at Work Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2012.
  3. AMA. Belbin, R Meredith. Team Roles at Work. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge; 2012.
  4. Turabian. Belbin, R Meredith. 2012. ...
  5. Chicago. Belbin, R Meredith. 2012.

How do you read Belbin results? ›

The scale is based on how your responses compare to those of everyone else in the Belbin software database. A score of 100 would indicate that you gave yourself more points for that role than anyone else in the database, a score of 0 would indicate that no one else was lower than you.

What is the importance of team role? ›

Teams are important because they can accomplish much more than any of the members could achieve individually. The team that functions effectively and efficiently brings together a diverse range of characters, skills, and talents, and is able to realize large, complex projects.

Which type of leader is the most team oriented? ›

Servant Leadership

Servant leaders get in the trenches with their team. Their goal is to achieve the best outcome. To do that, these types of leaders make themselves available to help with issues, work alongside those they manage, and develop those they manage into better employees.

What is the dynamic of the team? ›

Team dynamics are the behavioral relationships between members of any given team. How a team interacts, communicates, and works together has a dramatic impact on how successful a team is in meeting its goals.

What is responsibility within a team? ›

Responsibilities refer to the tasks and duties of their particular role or job description. Employees are held accountable for completing several tasks in the workplace. The clearer their supervisor outlines the tasks, the better employees can achieve their team's goals and succeed in their roles at the company.

What are three responsibilities of a team leader? ›

Team Leader Responsibilities:

Managing the day-to-day activities of the team. Motivating the team to achieve organizational goals. Developing and implementing a timeline to achieve targets. Delegating tasks to team members.

What are the objectives of a team? ›

Team objectives are the specific actions and measurable steps your company must take to reach a desired outcome. They give you a clear understanding of the specific tasks or projects that need to be completed in order to get closer to the company objective.

What makes a balanced team? ›

A balanced team consists of recruiting and training staff that can think in systems, make independent decisions, learn from each other quickly, and mobilise key stakeholders (donors and market actors) towards joint actions.

How is a team organized? ›

In a network organizational structure, teams are structured based on relative networks. This is primarily well-suited for organizations that require work to be done by external teams, have various global locations, or even own multiple small businesses.

What words describe a team? ›

teamwork
  • harmony.
  • partnership.
  • synergy.
  • unity.
  • alliance.
  • assistance.
  • coalition.
  • confederacy.

What is an example of a successful team? ›

The Black Mambas. The Black Mambas are a perfect example of a team working together successfully to achieve a shared goal.

What makes a successful team leader? ›

A strong leader can clearly and concisely communicate goals, tasks, and other organizational needs to their team. Leaders should be masters in written and verbal communication to ensure expectations are presented to their employees in a way they can understand.

What makes a great team leader? ›

Team leaders are expected to communicate openly and effectively with their team. They need to share updates, disseminate information, and explain goals and expectations. In fact, many companies rely on managers to convey important news and updates with their teams as a regular expectation of the role.

What makes a good leader? ›

Respectful: Great leaders treat their teams with respect, gaining respect in return. Transparent: Being open and honest makes work more efficient and enjoyable. Trusting: Leadership requires delegation–trusting their team to complete what they are assigned with excellence produces positive morale and mutual respect.

Why do teams need different roles? ›

#3: Roles help people put team goals above personal goals. Most people are good at more than one thing. In a team scenario, each person could likely make a contribution in several areas. Having unique roles helps people focus in on the few tasks that the team needs them to do.

What does it mean when a person is a plant in a team? ›

Plants are responsible for creative problem solving in teams. Those people are the ones capable of generating unconventional innovative ideas, good at brainstorming and thinking outside the box.

Is Belbin test good? ›

Whilst Belbin isn't a psychometric test (Belbin measures behaviour rather than personality), peer-reviewed research demonstrates that Belbin reliability is good across all Team Roles.

What is Belbin Team Roles test? ›

What is the Belbin Team Roles test? The Belbin test is made up of two parts - the Self-Perception Inventory and the Observer Assessments. After you complete your Self-Perception Inventory online (it takes 15 to 20 minutes) you'll receive a Belbin Individual Report based on this data.

What is a team role sacrifice? ›

Making a 'Team Role Sacrifice' is consciously recognising the impact that our own behaviour, and that of others, has on team performance, and then adapting our natural behaviours to suit what's actually needed by the team.

How do I reference Belbin 1981? ›

Your Bibliography: Belbin, R., 1981. Management teams. London: Heinemann.

What is the most common type of team in a workplace? ›

Functional Department Teams

These are the teams you're probably the most familiar within the workplace.

What is a shaper in a team? ›

Shapers are team members who drive the team forward. They are action-oriented, motivating themselves and others despite any issues that arise. Shapers are natural leaders, so they do well in management roles.

Who created Belbin Team Roles? ›

In 1981, Meredith Belbin expounded Team Role theory in his seminal book, “Management Teams: Why They Succeed or Fail”. The book was later named as one of the top fifty management books of all time.

What is a resource investigator in a team? ›

RESOURCE INVESTIGATOR – A role requiring someone to make external contacts, to explore and exploit new opportunities, to develop ideas and to enthuse others. Characteristics: Resource Investigators are often enthusiastic, quick-off-the-mark extroverts.

What is a completer finisher? ›

Completer finisher is one of the nine clusters of individual behaviours identified in the Belbin team roles model. Characteristic behaviours of the completer finisher role include: Most effectively employed at the end of tasks. Polishing and scrutinising work for errors.

Why is Belbin important? ›

Belbin Team Roles helps teams to adapt to changing goals by highlighting collective strengths and minimising weaknesses. This enables the team to be more cohesive (yet adaptable) in a changing environment. Responses to change can vary with individuals.

Who created the Belbin theory? ›

In 1981, Meredith Belbin expounded Team Role theory in his seminal book, “Management Teams: Why They Succeed or Fail”. The book was later named as one of the top fifty management books of all time.

Why did Belbin create Team Roles? ›

Belbin's team roles provide a useful model for maximising the performance of teams. By considering the strengths and weaknesses of each individual, leaders can organise their teams in a way that utilises everyone's talents and fosters productive, creative collaboration.

How do I reference Belbin Team Roles? ›

Example citations in common formats
  1. APA. Belbin, R Meredith. (2012). Team Roles at Work. ...
  2. MLA. Belbin, R Meredith. Team Roles at Work Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2012.
  3. AMA. Belbin, R Meredith. Team Roles at Work. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge; 2012.
  4. Turabian. Belbin, R Meredith. 2012. ...
  5. Chicago. Belbin, R Meredith. 2012.

What makes an effective team? ›

For a team to be truly effective, its members must unite with the same vision and be motivated to bring that vision to life. They must share clear, measurable goals, and be committed to each play their part in the overall success of the group.

Why roles are important to the team? ›

Consciously defining each person's role, their responsibilities and success criteria within the team can have an instant positive impact. It ensures that: Everyone knows what they're doing. It sounds simple, but when roles are clear, people know what's expected of them, how to behave and what they need to accomplish.

What is Belbin Team Roles test? ›

What is the Belbin Team Roles test? The Belbin test is made up of two parts - the Self-Perception Inventory and the Observer Assessments. After you complete your Self-Perception Inventory online (it takes 15 to 20 minutes) you'll receive a Belbin Individual Report based on this data.

Is Belbin test accurate? ›

Whilst Belbin isn't a psychometric test (Belbin measures behaviour rather than personality), peer-reviewed research demonstrates that Belbin reliability is good across all Team Roles.

What does it mean when a person is a plant in a team? ›

Plants are responsible for creative problem solving in teams. Those people are the ones capable of generating unconventional innovative ideas, good at brainstorming and thinking outside the box.

How do you read Belbin results? ›

The scale is based on how your responses compare to those of everyone else in the Belbin software database. A score of 100 would indicate that you gave yourself more points for that role than anyone else in the database, a score of 0 would indicate that no one else was lower than you.

How do I reference Belbin 1981? ›

Your Bibliography: Belbin, R., 1981. Management teams. London: Heinemann.

What is the most common type of team in a workplace? ›

Functional Department Teams

These are the teams you're probably the most familiar within the workplace.

What is a shaper in a team? ›

Shapers are team members who drive the team forward. They are action-oriented, motivating themselves and others despite any issues that arise. Shapers are natural leaders, so they do well in management roles.

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