Tools to lift confidence in team contribution and business performance
We Understand Teams
Belbin is a research-based methodology that is used worldwide in 33 countries, helping individuals and teams improve business performance. More than just a theory, Belbin helps people to discover, articulate and refine their behavioural strengths at work.
As the Belbin Distributor for New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, teamhub is responsible for supporting and accrediting facilitators and building the Belbin community in Aotearoa and the South Pacific region.
Whether developing people, resolving conflict or fine-tuning high performance, we can help provide you and your team the language to ensure that individuals and teams communicate and work together with greater understanding.
Get in touch to see how you can use Belbin Team Roles within your organisation, or – if you are an independent consultant or coach – as part of your toolbox.
Introducing the Nine Belbin Team Roles
They discovered nine clusters of behaviour – these were called ‘Team Roles’. Each team needs access to each of the nine Team Role behaviours to become a high performing team.
Read more about the nine Team Roles.
If you’re looking to use Belbin Team Roles then we can help you produce a range of Belbin Reports for individuals and teams. The Reports offer personalised advice and guidance to increase personal effectiveness and engagement, enhance team performance and improve working relationships.
There are five types of Reports:
The Belbin Individual Report analyses someone’s contributions in terms of the nine Belbin Team Roles. It offers advice and guidance on how they might work best, announce their preferences to others and cultivate latent talents.
The Belbin Team Report assesses how a group of individuals will work together as a team. It details who might take on which work within the team, and where there may be gaps or overlaps in behavioural contributions.
Working Relationship Reports
The Belbin Working Relationship Report identifies key differences in behavioural tendencies between two people. It promotes productive partnerships and pinpoints potential areas of conflict.
The Belbin Job Report enables line managers and recruiters to define a particular job role in terms of Belbin Team Role behaviours. It offers advice regarding the role for both managers and potential applicants or incumbents.
Job Comparison Report
The Belbin Job Comparison Report compares the behavioural attributes required for a job, with those of the person looking to fill it. It helps determine someone’s suitability for a role, in behavioural terms.
To get the most out of your Belbin investment, we recommend using an Accredited Belbin Facilitator to feedback the profiles. This can be done individually in-person or by phone or in a Team Workshop setting.
Over 3 million Belbin Reports have been generated worldwide for individuals, managers, teams and organisations. Get in touch to start your Belbin journey, or purchase your own Belbin Individual Report directly.
Coaching and Workshops
You may be looking to gain clarity around what the team needs to achieve to be effective. Or work in agile or cross functional teams that need a skills / behavioural efficiency tool to get to know how each other works. We look at the issues that are specific to your organisation, and the people within it. Then, using the Belbin theory, we build a bespoke workshop specifically designed to address the issues that you are facing.
Partnering with teamhub, you’ll have access to a network of 200 Belbin facilitators that ensures everyone participates and maximises their contribution. We facilitate sessions with teams at all levels, from boards of directors to new recruits.
Increase team effectiveness with a Belbin team-building workshop
Belbin Accreditation is recommended for anyone who uses – or wants to use – Belbin Team Roles as part of their training, agile and coaching toolkit. Our workshops can be conducted online via the platform of your choice, or face to face.
Gain the depth of knowledge and practical tools to position yourself as a certified Belbin expert. We look forward to discussing your needs, and setting you on the path to becoming a Belbin expert!
Upcoming Accreditation Workshops
December 2023: Tuesday 5, Wednesday 6, Thursday 7 (ONLINE)
January 2024: Tuesday 16, Wednesday 17, Thursday 18 (ONLINE)
February 2024: Tuesday 13, Wednesday 14, Thursday 15 (ONLINE)
March 2024 : Tuesday 19. Wednesday 20, Thursday 21 (ONLINE)
May 2024 : Tuesday 7, Wednesday 8, Thursday 9 (ONLINE)
July 2024 : Tuesday 23, Wednesday 24, Thursday 25 (ONLINE)
September 2024 : Tuesday 10, Wednesday 11, Thursday 12 (ONLINE)
November 2024: Tuesday 12, Wednesday 13, Thursday 14 (ONLINE)
To enquire about upcoming Accreditation workshops, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re just thinking about your career opportunities, we can help provide you a way to describe the unique qualities you offer – a language to use about yourself which will resonate with professionals and help to enhance your career prospects.
Our Belbin GetSet experience helps young people gain confidence with group working, study skills, wellbeing, communication and much more, from school to university.
Working with others
Improving own learning and performance
Belbin GetSet comprises of an online questionnaire, resulting in a personal report and workbook. View a sample Belbin GetSet Report.
Who’s it for?
GetSet is designed for 15 – 24 year olds. We work alongside parents, career advisors, youth leaders, schools, colleges and tertiary providers and can provide training and supporting materials for anyone wishing to deliver it as part of a career, graduate or work ready programme.
Read about the University of Auckland’s Engineering Faculty use of Belbin to lift student success.