1 Day (6 hours)


The participants will be honored with the Certificate of Participation

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Why some teams are always successful, some are not. The deep research by Dr. Meredith Belbin says “successful teams always possess the right mix of people within them, so that all roles needed in a team can be executed".

He developed nine team roles, explained it in detail and crafted a test coupled with workshop.
Have you thought whether your team is perfect or not? If you think ‘no', you are at right solution.

What You Get from the Program

If you and your team are new to Belbin Team Roles this workshop is a great place to start. Its aim is to enable the team and its individual members to maximise strengths and minimise weaknesses. This in turn will increase awareness, communication and effectiveness within the team so that it can better plan for the future. Belbin Team Roles gives a framework and a common language from which to explore and increase understanding of collective strengths and how to deploy these to best effect.
The workshop covers:

  • Introduction to the Team Roles model
  • Self- awareness: Feedback of individual Team Role profiles highlighting team members’ strengths and the management of ‘associated’ weaknesses through a number of interpretative exercises.
  • Team-awareness: Construction of a ‘Team Wheel’ to assess existing Team Composition (identifying overloads and voids), feedback of the Interplace generated Team Reports, Completion of Team Work Styles Chart (mapping the teams strengths on to workplace applications).
  • Application & Analysis: Using the above information and the team’s own organisational and operational knowledge, conduct a Risk / Opportunity / Action Analysis.

Who is Right for the Program

  • An existing team which needs to re-focus for a new challenge or strategy
  • A new team which is not yet a cohesive unit
  • 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

How We Deliver

You will experience the thrill of understanding your role in the team through Belbin assessment. This would be followed by thought provoking presentations, contextual videos, carefully prepared case studies, intellectual workouts on worksheets and peer group discussions.

This will be an intensive program that requires your mindful participation.