Belbin is used in organisations world wide to successfully
- Build cohesive units
- Help teams re-focus for a new challenge/strategy
- Address team conflicts that get in the way of effectiveness
- Enable performing teams achieve even greater success.
Belbin provides a team language and a way of working that allows for appreciation and sensitization to team member strengths and work styles thus enhancing employee engagement levels.
Belbin enhances engagement at four levels:
IndividualWork pairsWork TeamsOrganisational
Belbin helps an individual appreciate his/her strengths and realise what other’s value as his/her contributions. It provides individuals with a tool to adopt a work style that leverages their strengths thus allowing them to give their best at work. Knowing one’s most and least preferred roles helps individuals make unique contributions and also opens up possibilities of collaboration between team members.
Success in Work pairs is critical as they form the links on which projects and business outcomes are built. Whether it is two colleagues or a manager- subordinate pair, Belbin helps work pairs appreciate the team role chemistry in their work relationship, hence helping them design how they would like to harness each others strengths and work around potential dampners to their relationship. Have a look at a working relationship report here
Belbin was able to address the question ‘Why do some teams succeed while others fail!’ Belbin Team Roles are leveraged by teams to discover team resources and create work relationships that exploit team strengths and manage weaknesses. Team reports help the team understand the composition of the team and how each team member can make a crucial contribution that is unique and that enables the team to succeed.
Balanced work teams come together to build a high performing organisation. Belbin Team Roles are used in organisations to leverage people potential. From resourcing and placements to onboarding, coaching, development plans and performance management. Read more here…