Leaders who can successfully identify – and work with – the shape of their leadership style, stand a greater chance of improving engagement and harnessing the potential of those they lead.
The first UK Bank Holidays of the year are on the horizon and with them, the overeating of chocolate. Here’s our take on how each Team Role might eat their Cadbury Creme Egg.
Personal factors figure very strongly in some situations. Clashes of personality occur when two people have divergent approaches. Here opposite Team Role patterns might provide a clue to the problem.
Can your Belbin Team Roles change over time? Absolutely, because your Team Roles are a measure of behaviour in the workplace, and there are many factors that influence this!
In the past our concepts and experience of leadership have revolved round the solo leader. The leader, familiar to us, is the one with ardent followers who unhesitatingly takes on any role and assumes…
“I’ve done Belbin with the team – what do I do now?” Of course, this is a question without a stock answer as there are so many variables. We really need to back up a level.
Negotiations are opportunities for collaboration. Going in with a pre-determined agenda of points sets up expectations that the process will be protracted and painstaking
Using Team Roles as a means of understanding the diversity of contributions required in effective teams.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day let’s take a look at how each of the 9 Belbin Team Roles might go about asking someone out on a date...