Whilst we are still navigating unchartered territory with regards to COVID-19, there is a renewed focus on adaptation, resilience and finding more sustainable ways of living and working.
We all understand the importance of teamwork in the workplace and the value of good communication. Here are 5 simple tricks to making yourself a more effective team player
At Belbin, we wanted to find out more how ‘going remote’ is affecting all areas of work, including engagement, productivity and management. This is what we found.
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...
There’s a kind of diversity we can’t see. There is a type of diversity that is less visible, a journey we’ve barely even started. And it’s the only type of diversity proven to enhance team performance
For many of us, the global pandemic has necessitated enormous changes in the way we work and it’s now, when teams are at their most vulnerable, that psychological safety is most important.
“Before we tinker with the team design, let’s verify the basic principles. In a business simulation exercise that places an emphasis on cleverness, the cleverest teams should win.” Aka the Apollo Team
We hear a lot about what teams need for high performance. Purpose, accountability, balance… But how does conventional wisdom stack up against the evidence?
With Belbin, you find out what you are – a Plant, a Resource Investigator etc – and then you tell everyone in your team and stick to the work that suits you. Right? Not exactly.