When completing a Belbin report, self and observer feedback is analyzed to examine how individuals contribute, interrelate and behave on a team.
Participants gain a better understanding of their strengths and weaknesses, and how this relates to improved performance.
The Team Contributions Map enables a team to see, at a glance, how each member rated against all nine of the Belbin Team Roles. It also allows the team to identify any gaps or surpluses in the Belbin Team Roles.
In this module, you will be introduced to concepts that will allow you to better understand the content of your individual Belbin Report and the Team Contributions Map. You will also learn how they can help to improve individual and team performance.
Everything you need to analyze your own Team Contributions Map in a self-guided team meeting. Includes:
Belbin® Team Role reports are a valuable tool for evaluating an individual’s collaborative strengths and weaknesses and enabling them to form productive working relationships.
Full Service Reports: All you need to do is submit an order. Our staff will manage the process for you.
In this eLearning module you will create a Personal Belbin Plan to help you become a better contributor to your team and further your professional development.
The end product of this module is a live document that you can use to help you focus on real behavioral change.
Become an accredited specialist in delivering the proven team building system that successful companies have been using for over 30 years to develop and manage top-performing teams.
Effectiveness in today’s workplace relies on how well people can pool their talents, resources, and knowledge to achieve results. It is their daily interactions that determine the ultimate success of a strategy. Data from the authors show there is a big gap between what people and groups actually achieve and what they could achieve if they could interact more effectively. This book discusses how to close these interaction gaps.
Max Isaac and Anton McBurnie have defined a framework that helps organizations understand the importance of leadership and group dynamics. The Third Circle explores the balance between sound strategy, superior execution and effective interaction, with a focus on the need to enhance leadership and teamwork.
Max Isaac and Kevin Carson have drawn on their many years of experience and the research of Meredith Belbin to develop practical guidelines for creating consistently successful teams. This handbook explains Belbin’s theory about team composition, shows how it applies when selecting team members, and demonstrates how it helps people become more personally successful in the workplace.
Patrick offers more than 25 years of experience with some of the most successful businesses in Europe as a consultant, change manager and executive coach.