Articles with the tag "Teams"

Management

Innovation, Teams and Belbin

by The Belbin Team, 08 Nov 2017

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.

Management

How to Handle Difficult People

by The Belbin Team, 11 Sep 2017

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.

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Five things Contribute can tell you about your team

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Bird, 16 Jun 2017

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...

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Why Teams Matter

by Belbin | Victoria Bird, 09 Jun 2017

We spend a lot of time exploring what makes teams work and how to improve their effectiveness, but how often do we stop and think about why and when to deploy teams in the first place?

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Six Common Teamwork Myths put Straight

by The Belbin Team, 24 May 2017

Six Common Misperceptions about Teamwork - a Belbin perspective on the original research by Professor J. Richard Hackman.

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Can Team Roles Change?

by Belbin, 24 Apr 2017

Can your Belbin Team Roles change over time? Absolutely they can because your Team Roles are based on your behaviour, and this can change over time.

Teams

Get your coat, you've pulled!

by Belbin, 13 Feb 2017

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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The Case for Teams

by BELBIN, 26 Jan 2017

The success of an organisation is linked to the success of its teams. Make 2017 the year of the team.

Management

Managers - are they really that terrible?

by The Belbin Team , 07 Jul 2016

Why are managers getting such a bad rap? Surely there must be something that can be done to help managers manage, rather than write them off?