Belbin Individual Team Role Report | Manager Level (D-2)
£85.00 (Ex. Tax)
The Belbin Individual Team Role Report helps managers and professional staff understand their work behaviours and their preferred role within a team.
The Belbin Individual Team Role Report identifies behavioural strengths and weaknesses in the workplace. It should be used to support the individual's personal development and relationships within a team. Understanding where they fit within the team will help individuals to adapt their behaviour to achieve the best result. This has benefits - not just for the individual - but also for the team and the business.
The Belbin Report highlights the person's favoured role within the team. Some of the nine different roles identified by the report include: Plant, Implementer, Shaper, Coordinator, Team worker and Completer-Finisher.
We do NOT recommend that this report is used to support selection. This report should facilitate development discussions and team building for Managers.
Benefits of the Belbin Report:
- Build productive working relationships
- Develop and build high-performing teams
- Raise self-awareness and personal effectiveness
- Build mutual trust and understanding
- Support team building
The Belbin Individual Team Role Report is a good way for managers and professional staff to understand themselves and their colleagues. If you would like support in providing feedback on the report, contact us on 01285 861734.
Why Quest Partnership?
Quest Partnership Ltd has been providing psychometric assessments such as the Belbin personality test to industry for over 20 years. We offer independent advice on a wide range of assessments. In addition, we provide full support in administering and delivering tests and personality questionnaires to individual candidates / participants.
Our consultants are experts in their field with a track record of delivering innovative assessments. We are also active members of our industry body, the British Psychological Society (BPS). Our involvement in BPS steering groups has helped to raise standards and promote best practise in the use of psychometric tests.