Belbin helps managers make decisions involving their people and teams.
Managers and leaders in the workplace are constantly having to make decisions involving people and teams.
Belbin gives managers the tools to make informed decisions about their people and teams, and reduces the risk of making mistakes.
Tens of thousands of organizations globally are already using Belbin. The uses and applications for it are wide and varied and can be tailored to meet your specific needs.
If, as a manager, you are looking to get the best out of your team look at our latest training workshop, or chat to us!
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Belbin Reports provide detailed information and insights into how a person will actually behave in the workplace. The Reports contain pages of personalised guidance and advice useful for both the individual and their manager or team leader. Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of individuals - and how they will contribute to a team - offers many advantages to organizations.
The uses for Belbin are numerous:
- Selecting people to form a high-performing team, and developing those teams on an on-going basis;
- Making decisions about which individuals to recruit or promote;
- Resolving conflicts at work;
- Helping managers to ensure that they are allocating the right work to the right people and maximizing motivation and performance;
- Providing individuals with the information they need to take the next step on their career path;
- Building productive working relationships;
- Raising self-awareness and personal effectiveness;
- Building mutual trust and understanding.
Using Belbin will give you:
- Balanced teams based on behavioural contributions, not job titles;
- Self-aware individuals who can adapt their behaviours according to the situation and business need;
- The right people doing the right tasks, leading to better-performing teams;
- Depersonalised team conversations, using a common language to discuss team contributions;
- Informed decision-making based on fact rather than a gut-feel or hunch;
- Confidence when making decisions involving people;
- Insight into behavioural strengths and weaknesses that don't necessarily show up on a CV.