Team Roles at Work

Team Roles at Work

by RMeredithBelbin (Author)

Synopsis

'A team is not a bunch of people with job titles, but a congregation of individuals, each of whom has a role which is understood by other members. Members of a team seek out certain roles and they perform most effectively in the ones that are most natural to them.' "Team Roles at Work" is a follow-up to Belbin's highly successful book "Management Teams: Why They Succeed or Fail". The nine team roles, now familiar to managers and management trainers all over the world, are explored further, adding value to the original team-role concepts. Operational strategies are laid out which provide ideas, techniques and a new range of information and advice which can be used to the organization's advantage. "Team Roles at Work" paves the way for all those in management education, including industrial trainers to put Belbin's seminal thinking on teams into practice. How to manage the self in a team? How to create working partnerships? How to recognize potential for the 'surprise' fit? How to encourage interdependence between members of a team? How the team should fit into the organization? This book shows you: how to manage the self in a team; how to create working partnerships; how to recognize potential for the 'surprise' fit; how to encourage interdependence between members of a team; and how the team should fit into the organization.

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More Information

Format: Paperback
Pages: 160
Edition: New edition
Publisher: A Butterworth-Heinemann Title
Published: 15 Jan 1996

ISBN 10: 0750626755
ISBN 13: 9780750626750
Book Overview: This book shows you: How to manage the self in a team How to create working partnerships How to recognize potential for the 'surprise' fit How to encourage interdependence between members of a team How the team should fit into the organization

Media Reviews
'If you are really interested in learning and developing skills in teambuilding, there are certainly no books on the market that can beat Belbin's books in this subject area. Exceptional!' Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster