The formation of effective teams is more by good fortune than good judgment….it doesn’t have to be that way! The implementation of Belbin Team Role Theory capitalizes on nine years of intensive research conducted by Meredith Belbin plus over 30 years of successfully implementing Team Role practices in thousands of organizations across the globe. Belbin was able to predict with over 80% certainty which teams would win or lose in his research. The central theme that emerged from his research was that in order to be successful, a team requires the successful implementation of nine distinct Team Roles. How well individuals are able to contribute these roles to the operation of a team can be measured.
In this webinar we will be discussing the nine Team Roles and techniques that can be used to implement their use in your teams. The key learnings you will leave with are:
A thorough understanding of Team Role Theory, explaining the nine roles and providing insights into their use in teams.
A knowledge of how teams have used aided by an examination of mini-case studies
Actions you can take to implement Belbin Team Roles in your team
Max is the CEO of 3Circle Partners, a global consulting firm that specializes in implementing team-based management systems in major corporations. He contributes over 30 years of general management and consulting experience in North America, England, Europe and Asia. He is a leading expert in the field of leadership and organizational behavior.
He has assisted CEOs and senior leaders within client organizations with the design and implementation of team based organizational development programs, Six Sigma initiatives and high performance team development.
Max is the co-author of The Third Circle – Interactions That Drive Results, Setting Teams Up for Success, and A Guide to Team Roles. He is also the contributing author of the “Team Leadership” sections of Mike George’s books Lean Six Sigma published in May 2002 and Lean Six Sigma for Service published in June 2003.
Prior to moving into the field of organizational development in 1989, Max was the CFO for the Retail Division within The Molson’s Organization, where he took a lead role in growing the business to over $1 billion in revenues, doubling its size in four years through acquisitions and internal growth.
Max was educated at Witwatersrand University in South Africa where he earned a B.Com Degree and obtained a Chartered Accountant designation. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario, Canada.