Reveal the hidden insight into what keeps your team from their best work.

Cloverleaf cross-maps your team's personality, skills, and culture, and reveals insights that can help you make better decisions about your teams.

Because when your team thrives, your people feel fulfilled, and you get more done.

 

How Cloverleaf works.

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Input what you know.

Use the assessments and information you already use, or take tests right on Cloverleaf. The dashboard supports DiSC, StrengthsFinder, Myers-Briggs, and our own proprietary Culture Pulse Survey.

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visualize your team.

See the way your people work together, and with you. Get insight into the way your team affects each other and the work you have to do.

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See what it all means.

Run scenarios, seize opportunities, and know your people. Truly develop your team and see the hidden insights.

 
 

 
Only
60%
of projects meet their goals.
Large IT projects deliver
56%
less value than expected.
“Communication Breakdown”
57%
of failed projects.

There are plenty of solutions for optimizing processes and tools.
But, what about your individuals and interactions?

 
 

 
 

People are complicated. Managing them doesn't have to be.

Cloverleaf is a comprehensive personal and team development tool. That means we're not just a survey and personality test. Focus on the context of what needs to get done, and align your people to that goal.

When you know who each person is, and how they interact with everyone else, you can make the right decisions for your team.

 
 
 

 

What does it mean to be a thriving team?

A thriving team consistently displays effectiveness, and growth. People want to be fulfilled in their work and we believe that you can’t be fulfilled without also doing your best work. A thriving team does great work.

When are people fulfilled in their work?

People were made for work. Without work, existence would lack meaning. But it's not enough to just be happy at work. We believe that because people are are truly fulfilled when they work as their full selves, alongside others who are fully known.