Gallup tells us that employees who play to their strengths are six times more likely to be engaged. Nice work if you can get it, but what happens if you don’t have the opportunity?
Individuals have strengths and weaknesses - and the research tells us overwhelmingly that we need to address both in order to maximise individual and team performance.
In his bestselling book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni described the pitfalls that can spell a team’s downfall. Here, we take a look at these five dysfunctions...
In 2012, Google set out to investigate what makes some teams successful, while others fail. Sound familiar? Here’s what they discovered and how it relates to the research of Meredith Belbin.
A paper written by Belbin Accredited Nel Mostert, and published in the Journal of Creativity and Business Innovation in 2015, is an excellent resource for understanding how Belbin Team Roles can help.
How to the members of the Dream Machine - that's Fred, Daphne, Velma, Scooby and Shaggy perform so well as a team? Let's look at their Belbin Team Roles to find out - are they a high performing team?
Contribute is a team exercise from Belbin, and it’s all about helping your team to understand – and value – the nine Belbin Team Roles. From devising comic captions to sourcing a cauliflower and...
In 2013 I started a project in the Academic Hospital in Rotterdam. One of the wards was new and the appointed team was a merger of two complete different teams from different specializations.