How you interpret team reports depends on the key question that you are interested in and how you have set up the report (See how to create team reports). For instance, reports can be generated to identify the potential compatibilities, gaps, or blind spots within a group, such as a team or a worksite. They can also be used to compare a group of candidates applying for the same role, or the potential fit between a short-listed candidate and the existing team or manager.
Team reports can also be used to compare the scores or averages between groups, such as different teams or worksites, or high vs. low performers or incident rates. These reports can identify the differentiating traits of these groups and direct organizational resources for the best return, such as selection practices, training, and development, or safety initiatives.
Check out this 8-minute video on how to interpret team reports.