The interaction changed significantly because of the diversity we put in place. The team dynamics increased, there was more listening to each other and more ideas were implemented.
At Belbin, we wanted to find out more how ‘going remote’ is affecting all areas of work, including engagement, productivity and management. This is what we found.
We’re hoping for better this year, but more than ever we’re aware that it’s going to take grit and resilience. In that context, pursuing goals just feels like one more thing to add to the ‘to do' list
The New Year offers an ideal opportunity to take stock and invest time and attention in ourselves and our goals. How do we ensure that we are setting realistic goals to instil long-lasting changes?
At Belbin, we focus on strengths: the unique cocktail of behavioural contributions each person can bring to a team: but this also means shining a light on the associated weaknesses.
Much has changed for teams in 2020. Whilst virtual teamwork under pressure has presented challenges, there have also been opportunities. It’s time to look again at how we approach delegation.
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...
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.
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?"