About TetraMap

TetraMap® is a registered trademark of TetraMap International in New Zealand and other countries

The Nature of Behaviour

Find out your individual preference profile with Vivek Iyyani your TetraMap® Facilitator
Use the TetraMap® preference profile plus standard coaching skills to give anyone the incentive to work harder – by making them feel a valuable part of the team/family/project

Is your preference Earth Air Fire or Water?

What is the preference of your employees/colleagues/partner/family members?
How can we work together and get the best out of our business/team/famil
Divides behaviour into Elements that we can understand
Using Nature’s metaphors of Earth, Air, Water and Fire.
Within the strength of the Trahedron

TetraMap is used to develop people and business the way Nature intended.

  • TetraMap delivers powerful results very quickly by changing people’s behaviour.
  • It has been tried and tested over the last 20 years and is an effective planning tool as well as a profiling tool.
  • It helps people to really understand each other so they value diversity and work together harmoniously.
  • It is fun, colourful, intuitive and easy to understand and people really enjoy using it.

The nature metaphor is cross cultural and engaging and participants ‘get it’ quickly.  Once self-awareness and understanding have been generated,
Come and join in the fun and find out how TetraMap can help you;
Understand yourself better
Understand other people’s preferences – BUT remember we can do it all it’s just more difficult to knuckle down and get into the Elements we do not prefer
Effectively communicate with all types
Enhance your marketing material
Value your strengths and know the areas which challenge you most

The Elements which are our challenges teach us the most

The approach is relevant to people of all levels, functions and abilities, quickly building engagement and enthusiasm so that learning happens fast. While the results will be immediately obvious it’s the legacy of the learning that sets TetraMap apart. Participants will be equipped with the skills, tools and awareness to apply it for weeks, months and years to come.
With TetraMap you get a fresh, inspiring and inclusive model that fosters energy and vitality in individuals and teams.
Sum is greater than the parts = synergy

  1. Natural preferences
  2. Recognise those preferences in others in your team
  3. Engage others using appropriate language

Any team/organisation that genuinely understands and uses the Tetra Approach will have more team cohesion and will be a higher and better performing organization
Your team around you; support and diversity
Think of someone in your team or a colleague who you respect. Do they have the same qualities as you? What else do they offer? What is it that they do better?
What irritates the other types– how can you make life easier for yourself?
what is it about that person which irritates you? They are simply expressing their preference – their Element – see it from their perspective and learn something about yourself along the way.
Let’s look at a scenario; You are planning details for an important promotional event and your friend comes along talking about how great the event will be and how many people they will meet and the opportunity it will present to do networking. Another person comes in and agrees that it will promote the organisation and enhance it’s image…. And all you want to do is to be left in peace so you can finish your plans BUT you understand where they are coming from so you adjust your response and remind them that you need time to finish your plans. They will understand you.
TetraMap impacts culture by creating connection through common understanding, vision and language
TetraMap makes it OK to talk about behaviours
TetraMap is simpler to use and much more cost-effective than psychometrics and other profiling tools. It is also a powerful tool for personal development, strategic planning and organisational development. See www.tetramap.com to try a free TetraMap 2 minute taster.

For individuals:

  • Understanding of personal preferences, behaviours and motivations
  • Less conflict with others who are different
  • More appreciation of diversity and less confusion about another’s perspective
  • Less anxiety, confusion, stress and blame
  • Better relationships with colleagues and customers
  • More creativity and openness to different ways of working
  • Increased confidence, morale and motivation
  • Increased self-awareness

For teams:

  • People understand and appreciate different contributions, perspectives and solutions
  • Strengths and skills within the team are used effectively
  • Increased team spirit, morale, and harmony
  • Greater collaboration within and between teams
  • Shared goals and improved planning
  • Better problem solving
  • Improved team performance

Great leaders combine courage, knowledge, compassion and vision to make sense of the challenges their organisations face. To reach peak performance as individuals or leaders we need to support our teams to develop autonomy, mastery, a common understanding of a great purpose and a connection to personal passion