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Basic steps in team building

by The Belbin Team, 16 May 2019

A team is not a group of people that occupy the same physical space, or department. A team is made up of people that have been chosen for what they can contribute, and who are allowed to contribute…

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How do you eat yours?

by The Belbin Team, 15 Apr 2019

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.

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Get your coat, you've pulled!

by The Belbin Team, 12 Feb 2019

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...

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Project Planning the Christmas Party

by The Belbin Team, 13 Dec 2018

It’s party time and everyone has a role to play. Can you spot yourself and your colleagues?

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Belbin Christmas Shopping

by The Belbin Team, 05 Dec 2018

There’s no avoiding it. The advent calendars are open and Michael Bublé is telling you that it’s beginning to look a lot like… Christmas! The question is – have you done your shopping yet?

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Belbin and Project Teams

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 20 Nov 2018

How do you break the ice and establish rapport quickly? How do you create a collaborative, engaged atmosphere and work towards psychological safety while ensuring the work stays on schedule?

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Happy Halloween

by The Belbin Team, 29 Oct 2018

Have a look at our guide to how the Team Roles might approach pumpkin carving this Halloween...

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Groupthink and the importance of behavioural diversity

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 22 Oct 2018

What’s the tipping-point? When does a team become a group? How does the psychology change, and what influence does this have on individual behaviours?

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Embracing change with Belbin

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 08 Oct 2018

How do you ensure buy-in from individuals who might be quite happy with the status quo – or at least see only the disadvantages of short-term chaos and upheaval?