Belbin's renowned Team Role theory is a familiar concept for managers and management trainers across the world.
Following on from the best-selling Management Teams: Why they succeed or fail, this second edition of Team Roles at Work provides useful insights into how to apply the theory in everyday work situations.
This book explores the impact of Team Roles from interpersonal chemistry and managing difficult relationships, to cultivating effective leaders and shaping organizations.
Now fully updated, this second edition has new practical examples and summaries bringing this book up to date 17 years after its original publication.
Drawing from Belbin's own practical experience it answers the queries that have arisen during those years.
Further information accompanies the book on the Belbin website, www.belbin.com/books/books.htm including a free, downloadable, full-page summary of Team Roles with their icons, descriptions, strengths and allowable weaknesses.
Team Roles at Work is the best-selling, second book written by Meredith Belbin, designed for any manager who wants to understand the practical application of Team Role theory.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 168 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 26/01/2010
- Category: Personnel & human resources management
- ISBN: 9781856178006
- Hardback from £133.25
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Review by timtom
This book is much more useful and interesting than the original text Belbin wrote on his Team Roles theory (Management Teams: Why they succeed or fail). Departing from the social science mumbo-jumbo, it focuses on the practical applications of the theory in a working environment. Many of what Belbin states is still frightfully undocumented (especially his ramblings on the history of leadership) but the practical aspects seem sound.