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Great teams start with Belbin! Belbin Team Roles is the language of teams, enabling individuals to be able to project and talk about their behavioural strengths in a productive, safe and non-confrontational way.
"I think we've always been striving to find a way of helping people to work together. When people work in effective combinations they achieve so much more than when they're working alone. But to do that, we need a language, and it needs to be a language which is shared and enables people to communicate with one another." Dr Meredith BelbinDiscover More
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Belbin identifies the areas that characterise your distinctive leadership style. But understanding these strengths isn’t simply a case of patting yourself on the back and ignoring all else.Read now
Appreciative Inquiry is an approach to organisational change which focuses on strengths rather than on weaknesses. Combined with Belbin, we have a powerful method for redesigning change. Join us.Find out more
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For decades, we were sold solo leadership as the only way. Even today, many organisations hold true to the model. Here are 7 reasons why collaborative leaders are the future, and how Belbin helps.
In one breath, we encourage leaders to be authentic: show ‘the real you’, we say. In the next, we imply that leaders should be able to call on every leadership style and be all things to all people.
Three breakdowns in working relationships and how to fix them. It isn’t always palms on desks in the conference room or raised voices at the water cooler. Often relationships at work can fail quietly.