We’re hoping for better, 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
Belbin Team Roles have been used as part of an exciting project in the West African republic of Guinea, where a wide range of services and opportunities is being developed by the Bolloré.
We spent a morning with the healthy ice-cream start-up Oppo. We spoke with the founders Harry and Charlie Thuillier to get their views on why they saw a need to use Belbin.
“I’ve done Belbin with the team – what do I do now?” Of course, this is a question without a stock answer as there are so many variables. We really need to back up a level.
Pressure. Some people thrive on it; others buckle. But how can we predict someone’s reaction? And if we have an idea of what this reaction will be, how can we help people to develop?
How do you ensure buy-in from individuals who might be quite happy with the status quo – or at least see only the disadvantages of short-term chaos and upheaval?
As we count down to the beginning of the 2018 World Cup, there’s no end of speculation and commentary as to how the teams will fare. Of course, there are so many variables which can make or break...
In 2012, Google set out to investigate what makes some teams successful, while others fail. Sound familiar? Here’s what they discovered and how it relates to the research of Meredith Belbin.
Belbin is the language of teams and of business. It’s not a fad or a new initiative. It is practical, resonates with managers and has longevity. It embeds itself within business practice.