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In conversation with... FujiFilm - a Belbin case study

by Liz Weston, 19 Aug 2019

Anthony O'Hara is an Organisational Development Business Partner at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies (FDB). His role requires him to be the organisation’s critical friend...

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Can my Belbin Team Roles change?

by The Belbin Report, 29 Mar 2019

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!

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Belbin Jukebox

by Pearl D'Souza | PrePearl Training Development, 08 Mar 2019

If you are someone who enjoys music, you will agree it has the power to motivate, soothe, heal, encourage and help bring out one’s best. Read more about how Team Roles work with music...

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Thinking, social... action! Getting to know the nine Belbin Team Roles

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 16 May 2018

When you’re first getting to grips with Belbin, nine Team Roles can seem a lot to remember. Here we break them down into thinking, social and action roles.

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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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It’s not just about what’s on the exam paper

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 17 Aug 2017

it’s about who’s holding the pen, for many of the thousands of students across the UK who are receiving their A-level results today.

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Can we find a global language for teamwork?

by Talan Miller | Belbin Australia, 25 May 2016

A gem from our Distributors in Australia! "During 25 years of international team development we have found that whilst the scenery and language may change, the people really don’t..."

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Keeping up Appearances

by The Belbin Team, 14 Apr 2016

It can be difficult to find your place in a new team. Sometimes we can find ourselves volunteering for everything (in an attempt to look keen/ambitious/multi-talented) or nothing