Articles with the tag "Teams"

Teams

Building resilience, not making resolutions

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 06 Jan 2021

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

Teams

Size Does Matter

by The Belbin Team, 25 Nov 2020

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...

Teams

10 surprising things that teams need

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 06 Aug 2020

We hear a lot about what teams need for high performance. Purpose, accountability, balance… But how does conventional wisdom stack up against the evidence?

Teams

Back at my desk

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 06 Aug 2020

Victoria is back in the office! Read her thoughts on being on furlough, how she feels about coming back, and the opportunities for the future.

Teams

Returning to the six basics of how we work best

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 20 Mar 2020

Returning to the 6 basics of how we work best. In these uncertain times, we’re all trying to figure out what to do next. When it comes down to it, what matters is how we behave...

Teams

The minutes and the hours...

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 10 Sep 2019

The frustration arising from lengthy, unproductive ones is all too common. Make the most of your meetings with Belbin Team Roles.

Teams

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…

Management

Task or relationship? Discovering your leadership style with Belbin

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 25 Apr 2019

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.

Management

How to Handle Difficult People

by The Belbin Team, 08 Apr 2019

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.