A variety of different types of Report are available.
To help us identify which combination of the Team Roles a person exhibits, we produce personalised behavioural Reports for both individuals and teams.
The starting point is the Belbin Individual Report which identifies which combination of the nine Team Roles an individual exhibits. To enhance the value of our Individual Reports, other people are invited to share their observations too (we call these Observer Assessments) via a quick five-minute online questionnaire. We believe in the value of Observer Assessments so much that we include them for free with every Individual Report.
Once Individuals have their Reports, the information can be used to generate other Belbin Reports, most of which require no additional input from you or your teams.
Please note - if you have been using, or have been given, a self-scoring version of the Belbin Self-Perception Inventory, you are not using the authorised version of Belbin. Please check here if you are unsure.
This is generated once an individual has completed their on line questionnaire and contains a Belbin profile, guidance and advice based on how the individual sees him or herself.
Once an individual has received Observer Assessments back from at least 4 Observers, their report is upgraded to a Full Individual Report that shows how others view them compared to how they view themselves.
The Belbin Team Report assesses how a group of individuals will work together as a team, detailing who will take on which role within the team, and where there may be gaps or overlaps in behavioural contributions.
This Report analyses the relationship between two individuals to see how they might work together. Each individual will need to generate a Belbin Individual Report so that the Working Relationships Report can be created.
The Belbin Job Report defines a specific job in terms of Belbin Team Roles. This report is created when a manager or recruiter completes the Job Requirements Inventory, a special questionnaire designed to find the most important aspects of a job.
This report takes an existing Belbin Job Report and is then matched to the individual being considered for that job, to determine their suitability for the role - perfect when recruiting or for assessment centres.