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?
For decades, we were sold solo leadership as the only way. Even today, many organisations hold true to the model. Here are 7 reasons why collaborative leaders are the future, and how Belbin helps.
In one breath, we encourage leaders to be authentic: show ‘the real you’, we say. In the next, we imply that leaders should be able to call on every leadership style and be all things to all people.
Three breakdowns in working relationships and how to fix them. It isn’t always palms on desks in the conference room or raised voices at the water cooler. Often relationships at work can fail quietly.
The interaction changed significantly because of the diversity we put in place. The team dynamics increased, there was more listening to each other and more ideas were implemented.
At Belbin, we focus on strengths: the unique cocktail of behavioural contributions each person can bring to a team: but this also means shining a light on the associated weaknesses.
We've been WFH for a while now. We may have the tech in place and feel we know what we're doing, but managing virtual working is much more than Zoom meetings. The language of Belbin can help.
“Gigging” (or taking on a series of short-term contracts) is on the rise. But what does a gig economy mean for the way we work together? And how can Belbin help you from one gig to the next?
We’ve been reading a lot about what remote working means for teams and leaders, but what does it mean for you, sitting at your desk (or on your sofa!) wondering what happens now?