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Belbin empowers individuals to fulfil their potential at work; and helps organisations to bring together the right people to form high performing teams.Find out more
The Belbin reports have allowed Novo to use the “human” angle in discovering and resolving business problems. Its practicality fosters such 'seamlessness' between the Novo leadership program and line business.Read full case study
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People are more engaged and productive when they play to their key strengths. Belbin empowers individuals to fulfil their potential at work; and helps organisations to bring together the right people to form high performing teams.Discover the Theory
Many years of research into team behaviour and performance identified nine different types of behaviours; we call these the nine Team Roles. Individuals can take on more than one Team Role within the team. The most successful teams have each of the Team Roles present.More about Team Roles
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It can be difficult to find your place in a new team. Sometimes we can find ourselves volunteering for everything (in an attempt to look keen/ambitious/multi-talented) or nothing
The synergy – or lack of synergy – between a person and a job can be mysterious and difficult to explain. When two candidates look similar on paper, why is one successful in a role and another not?
Conflict usually arises from misunderstanding or lack of communication. How can Belbin help?