Articles with the tag "Belbin Team Roles"

Teams

How do you eat yours?

by The Belbin Team, 08 Apr 2022

The first UK Bank Holidays of the year are on the horizon and with them, the overeating of chocolate. Here’s our take on how each Team Role might eat their Creme Egg.

Teams

Why Teams Matter

by The Belbin Team, 22 Nov 2021

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?

Teams

The minutes and the hours...

by The Belbin Team , 14 Jul 2021

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

Management

9 toxic workplace cultures - and how to address them with Belbin

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Brown, 29 Oct 2020

Diversity of behavioural contributions is essential for a healthy workplace culture. Here we look at what happens when one Team Role behaviour pervades a team or group.

Teams

A Belbin Team Role guide to Christmas card writing

by The Belbin Team | Victoria Brown, 01 Oct 2020

Christmas cards to your team. Are you stuck for what to write in your colleagues’ Christmas cards? Fear not. Check out our handy Belbin Team Role guide.

Teams

Belbin Team Role Guide to the Weekly Shop

by The Belbin Team, 10 Oct 2019

How do you approach the weekly shop?

Teams

In conversation with... FujiFilm

by The Belbin Team, 19 Aug 2019

We chat with Anthony O'Hara, Organisational Development Business Partner at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies (FDB).

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

Change change change...

by The Belbin Team, 14 May 2019

I first heard of Belbin as a result of online research. A Director wanted to work with his team during a period of intense change. He needed to understand where people would be best suited...