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Leveraging the Pair Perspective report

Information about the Pair Perspective, and how to leverage the report to pair with a team member to improve your working relationship

Updated over a week ago

This guide covers information about the Pair Perspective report (within the Perspective tool) and also covers how you can have a conversation using this report.

What is the Pair Perspective?

The Pair Perspective view is one of the four reports which you can access with our Perspective tool (read more about the tool here).

This report is specifically geared to help two team members compare their working styles and understand how to collaborate better based on their similarities and differences.

This report helps with:

  • Building trust with your colleague

  • Understanding their working style and adjusting for differences accordingly

  • Getting insights into your collective blindspots

Usually, team members would use this report

  • To get to know a new team member

  • To understand the working style of an exisintg team member

  • To take the first step toward understanding friction between two team members

NOTE: Pair Perspective requires you to be one of the team members being paired. Pairing up two team members is not possible. Please ask your team members to pair with each other and share the report with you if needed!

How to access Pair Perspective

You can easily access Pair Perspective by selecting "Perspective" from the left nav and then selecting "Pair Perspective."

From here you can find someone on your team or in your entire organization to pair with:

How to have a conversation using the Pair Perspective report

Once you have paired with a team member, there are two main things to focus on

  1. What are our main differences and similarities? How have(or will) they impacted our work together?

  2. Pick out areas where you would like to collectively make change.

    1. Find interesting differences, and talk about how you can turn those differences into complementary strengths to leverage in your work relationships

    2. Find similarities, and talk about how you can leverage being on the same wavelength, but also ensure that you don’t have a shared blindspot

Th goal of the conversation is to understand each other better, and support each other better as a team.

Please reach out to us at if you have any questions. Happy teaming!

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