Articles with the tag "Management"

Teams

The Case for Teams

by BELBIN, 26 Jan 2017

The success of an organisation is linked to the success of its teams. Make 2017 the year of the team.

Management

Belbin fills beds!

by Bert Visser - Belbin Netherlands, 12 Dec 2016

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.

Management

There's much more to Belbin than team building

by Barrie Watson, 07 Nov 2016

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:

Recruitment

Is the Halo still Shiny? (Keeping up Appearances – Part Two!)

by Lisa at Belbin, 12 Jul 2016

During my 1st week here Jo wrote a blog focusing on how long someone can keep up their best behaviour in their new role and she questioned how long it would be before the team here saw the real me?

Management

Managers - are they really that terrible?

by Belbin, 07 Jul 2016

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?

Teams

Using Belbin Team Roles in Conakry | Republic of Guinea

by Jacques Fulcrant | Managing Director | Valoritis Conseil, 21 Jun 2016

Belbin Team Roles have been used as part of an exciting project in the West African republic of Guinea, where a wide range of services and opportunities is being developed by the Bolloré.

Management

What makes a great manager?

by Belbin, 04 May 2016

We asked, and you told us. Meredith Belbin looked at the data and gives us his thoughts!

Teams

Conflict – how Belbin can help

by Belbin, 14 Mar 2016

Conflict usually arises from misunderstanding or lack of communication. How can Belbin help?

Management

Do you appreciate your 'sloggers'?

by Belbin, 04 Feb 2016

Jenni Russell commented in The Times (4/1/2016) that bosses don’t notice the strong and silent types. It pays to be one of the office jumper-uppers. So what advice should we give to the 'sloggers'?