What is a Belbin report?
The Belbin Individual Report analyses an individual’s contributions in terms of the nine Belbin Team Roles, offering advice and guidance on how they might work best, announce their preferences to others and cultivate latent talents.
What are the 9 Belbin Team Roles?
The nine Belbin Team Roles are: Resource Investigator, Teamworker and Co-ordinator (the Social roles); Plant, Monitor Evaluator and Specialist (the Thinking roles), and Shaper, Implementer and Completer Finisher (the Action or Task roles).
How much is a Belbin report?
A Belbin Individual Report will identify which combination of the nine Belbin Team Roles you exhibit. It costs just £42 inc VAT. Completed online, it is a straightforward and easy process: Fill in an online questionnaire – it takes around 20 minutes to complete.
How does Belbin’s theory work?
Belbin believes that each of us possesses a pattern of behaviour that characterises one person’s behaviour in relationship to another in facilitating the progress of a team. Dr Meredith Belbin defines a team role as: “A tendency to behave, contribute and interrelate with others in a particular way.”
How many people can you have on a Belbin team Report?
This page is produced for a maximum of 15 team members.
What is the Belbin model used for?
Belbin Team Roles are used to identify behavioural strengths and weaknesses in the workplace. Whether developing people, resolving conflict or fine-tuning high performance, Belbin Team Role Reports provide the language to ensure that individuals and teams communicate and work together with greater understanding.
Why is Belbin important?
What is Observer assessment?
Observer Assessments are integral to the Belbin process, because they can provide behavioural evidence to corroborate – or contrast with – the individual’s Self-Perception. Observer Assessments provide greater accuracy and validity – a behavioural “reality check”.