Need higher-performing teams and leaders?
Using Belbin throughout your organization will help individuals to fulfil their potential by identifying their key strengths, and enable the right people to be brought together to form high-performing teams.
Use Belbin to help you get the best out of your teams.
After many years of research into team behaviour and performance in the workplace, Belbin identified nine key types of behaviour. We call these the nine Team Roles. Each successful team had one of each of the nine Team Role behaviours present. This does not mean that each team needs to have nine people in it, since individuals can perform more than one Team Role.
Belbin produce personalized behavioural reports for both individuals and teams. These reports identify which combination of the nine Team Roles individuals prefer to adopt, and pinpoint their strengths and weaknesses.
We can train your people to deliver and interpret Belbin profiles and reports themselves, or do it for you.
We can also facilitate sessions with teams at all levels, from boards of directors to new recruits.
A workshop will increase peoples' understanding of themselves and their colleagues, helping to resolve conflict in the work environment and focusing the team on achieving its objectives more effectively.
The purpose of a Team-building Workshop is to increase communication and effectiveness within the team or group so that it achieves its objectives. The team will have a common language and a framework to discuss their collective strengths and how best to use them.
How might a Belbin Workshop Help You? Workshops are designed to help teams increase their effectiveness and plan for the future.
We provide experiential learning that enables the team and its individual members to maximize strengths and contain weaknesses. This improves mutual understanding and enhances communication. It is important to identify each person’s contribution and to consider the team’s profile against its short and long-term goals.
Who would benefit from attending a Belbin Workshop?
- An existing team which needs to re-focus for a new challenge or strategy
- A new team which is not yet a cohesive unit
- As part of management and leadership development programmes
- A team in the aftermath of major change/re-organization
- A problematic team, where conflicts are getting in the way of effectiveness
- An international project team whose members only meet occasionally
- A high performing team which wants to achieve even greater success