Belbin Team Roles
Reflection of participation in a team:
When I was in the team for the Apprentice at Havering College:
* The scores reflect my team roles in the apprentice in some ways in the Belbin Team roles it says I am 20 out of 70 a Shaper.
* Other members in my group were different to me Joe; is a resources investigator which means which means he is an extrovert, enthusiastic, communicative and explores opportunities and develops contacts. Whereas I am challenging, dynamic, thrives from pressure I also have the drive and courage to overcome obstacles. Joe and I both agree that we meet the specification of the team-role types we concluded through carrying out the Belbin team role questionnaire. Tristan; is a specialist which means he is single-minded, self-starting, dedicated and provided knowledge and skill in rare supply. He agrees with the specification and feels that he truly is a specialist. Finally William; is a team worker which means he is co-operative, mild, perceptive and a diplomatic listener that builds on ideas and averts friction. William agrees fully with the description of his role in a team from the Belbin team roles questionnaire results.
* In the apprentice I felt that the team role I wanted to play was already taken and I wasn’t happy in the group and I felt that they were just taking the task as a joke. They were laughing during the presentations, they had spelling mistakes in the presentation and one was pointed out to the team by a teacher they had miss spell the international charity UNICEF with two F’s. That mad our presentation look very unprofessional and a bit of a joke. And then the name of the charity was chosen by the team leader and it was GB SKAMS which is a terrible name for a charity. If had taken the role that the Belbin Team Roles questionnaire shows I am I would have made sure that things were different and people in my team would take things seriously. When I was in my school football I had a leading...