Understanding Millennials – or more accurately, emphasising the differences between generations – is big business. And of course, it’s more of a headline-grabber to make it a tribal thing.
We asked you to complete Belbin Observer Assessments for the Prime Minister, Theresa May (Conservative), Jeremy Corbyn (leader of the Labour Party) and Tim Farron (leader of the Liberal Democrats).
We can’t fix the photocopier or restock the vending machine, but here are 10 problems we know Belbin Team Roles can tackle!
In 2013 I started a project in the Academic Hospital in Rotterdam. One of the wards was new and the appointed team was a merger of two complete different teams from different specializations.
Yes, we've attended another HR/Training Exhibition and we're still flabbergasted by how many people are still using an illegal version of Belbin.
For my part, one of my missions - in fact almost an obsession - is to use Belbin to get managers managing people more effectively and it is with this in mind that I would like to share the following:
Belbin Team Roles are not just a measurement of people’s behaviour at work, they are a definition of the different types of behaviour required in the workplace to bring about success.
In many workplaces, authenticity seems to have been suppressed with overly complex, insincere and carefully crafted workplace language, job titles, and contrived culture taking its place.
Why are managers getting such a bad rap? Surely there must be something that can be done to help managers manage, rather than write them off?