Articles with the tag "Team Roles"

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Belbin and Culture

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 15 Jan 2018

With the importance of diversity at the heart of Belbin’s message, and given our global reach and use in multinational organizations, we wanted to explore the relevance and use of Belbin in different

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Belbin Team Role biscuits

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 02 Jan 2018

Happy 2018! We don’t have motivational speeches. We don’t have pictures for your fridge. All we have is this list of Belbin Team Roles and their biscuit proclivities…

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A Team Role Approach to Christmas

by The Belbin Team, 14 Dec 2017

How does each Belbin Team Role approach Christmas?

Management

Can organisations afford to ignore behavioural diversity?

by The Belbin Team | Leena Shalloe, 05 Dec 2017

Belbin consultant and trainer, Leena Shalloe, gives us her views.

Teams

Bad Apple Syndrome

by The Belbin Team | Barrie Watson, 14 Nov 2017

Occasionally, an individual’s behaviour can have a disproportionate effect on the team. Sometimes this effect is a positive one, but we tend to be involved when the effect is detrimental to the team.

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Happy Halloween

by The Belbin Team, 31 Oct 2017

Have a look at our guide to how the Team Roles might approach pumpkin carving this Halloween...

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My perfect team? I haven’t got a “Scooby Doo”…

by Campbell Urquhart | White Cube Consulting, 19 Oct 2017

How to the members of the Dream Machine - that's Fred, Daphne, Velma, Scooby and Shaggy perform so well as a team? Let's look at their Belbin Team Roles to find out - are they a high performing team?

Management

Annual appraisals are dead. Long live…?

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 10 Oct 2017

New research by YouGov in the UK has found that over half of UK employees think annual appraisals are “pointless” or “time consuming”, and see them as outdated. Are the days of annual appraisals over?

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Can Team Roles Change?

by Belbin, 24 Apr 2017

Can your Belbin Team Roles change over time? Absolutely they can because your Team Roles are based on your behaviour, and this can change over time.