The Belbin Model
April 29, 2017
Consider for a moment some diverse characters - Katniss Everdeen, Luke Skywalker, Tripitaka and Galahad from the King Arthur legends.
What do these seemingly unrelated characters have in common?
They were all unlikely heroes.
The word hero is thrown around a lot! We ten...
April 27, 2017
What are the Belbin Team Role styles that have contributed most to the successes and failures of some famous people?
You may or may not agree with the list at the end of this article, but hopefully it will stimulate some useful thought and debate. Often the most...
Leaders and Teams can learn something about cognitive bias and situational awareness from Meerkat behaviour.
These cute little animals actually have a charming behavioural trait that helps to keep them all alive. Good teams can learn a valuable lesson from it.
Our workplace behaviour serves as a window into our strengths and weaknesses as a leader or team member.
There are valuable strengths and positive contributions that we will all make when interacting with others. There are also countervailing weaknesses that whilst ofte...
Sabre's and Belbin Australia MD Talan Miller has just had this article on how neuroscience can better inform team development published in the UK Training Journal.
When cutting edge neuroscience is partnered with a tool that serves the needs of the social brain it’s a p...
In an increasingly volatile world it's of great benefit for young people to understand how their behavioral strengths and weaknesses will influence their work and their relationships.
Their behavioural preferences will also characterise their leadersh...
Working with the brain in mind helps us to build better leaders, teams and relationships.
Emerging neuroscience is exploring the impacts of leadership behavior upon team and organizational performance.
Rigorous studies are offering better insights into how practices suc...
What can we learn from Start-ups about innovative ‘disruption’, and defending against ‘disruption’?
The Belbin team has recently explored how successful ‘Start-ups’ transition into becoming sustainable ventures for on-going innovation.
Whether you are innovating to ‘dis...
Recent research into team dynamics (by everyone from Google to Harvard) has confirmed, once again, that ‘psychological safety’ is a powerful enabler of team performance.
Psychological safety is a shared confidence and belief that it’s safe for individuals to speak up,...
During 25 years of international team development we have found that whilst the scenery and language may change, the people really don’t.
The core motivations and behavioural patterns that influence leaders and teams are recognizable human qualities that transcend langu...
From the brain to the team
What are future-proof skills for the coming age of A.I?
Meerkat Moments help make healthy teams
Achieving success and looking sharp by using Belbin at UQ
August 16, 2019
The human touch: teaching teamwork in the classroom
February 4, 2019
The Hero's Journey
The behavioural styles of some famous people
Behaviour is our Frenemy
Strength based approaches for youth leadership development
The neuroscience of leadership
Sustainable innovation is a whole team affair
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April 2017 (12)
International people skills
Neuroscience of leadership
Styles of famous people
language of teamwork