What's Belbin All About?

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.

By using Belbin, individuals have a greater self-understanding of their strengths, which leads to more effective communication between colleagues and managers. Great teams can be put together, existing teams can be understood and improved, and everyone can feel that they are making a difference in the workplace. 

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November 2020 - latest articles and news

Webinar: Finding your Authentic Leadership Style with Belbin Team Roles

08 Dec 2020

We’ll explore how you can use your Belbin Individual Report to increase your leadership effectiveness. We’ll look at a strategic approach to managing yourself, your team, and your sphere of influence.

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New Date! Individual Coaching using Belbin

02 Dec 2020

Belbin can help open up coaching conversations. This half-day online course is for those of you who already use Belbin, and would like to extend its use in coaching.

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Self-awareness and remote working

At Belbin, we believe that knowing yourself is the starting point. A virtual world can present additional challenges to collaboration and communication, so self-insight is more important than ever.

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From the Blog

Catch up on the latest from the Belbin blog.

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25 Nov 2020

Size Does Matter

Unsurprisingly, we are asked a myriad of questions in relation to teams. Questions about how to manage team communication, team dynamics, over-running & pointless meetings, disengaged team members...

20 Oct 2020

Not with a bang, but with a whimper

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.

01 Oct 2020

“We’ve done Belbin… What do we do now?”

We’ve been having a lively discussion in the Belbin office. (Not an uncommon occurrence.) Specifically, we’ve been talking about the number of times we hear, “We’ve done Belbin – what do we do now?"