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Belbin team role questionnaire

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Does anybody know where I can get hold of the Belbin questionnaire to identify which type of team player somebody is - or something similiar?
Cath King

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By admin
16th Feb 2009 16:52

Hi all,

Although this is an old subject, it caught my attention whilst searching for Belbin-related things, and I thought it best to clarify. As a few people have mentioned, testing has to be purchased through Belbin, and we do indeed hope it is very reasonably priced!

Unfortunately, the copy of the inventory in Management Teams cannot be reproduced or copied in any way. It is for an individual's own use out of interest when they buy the book, and also lacks advice, norms and the ninth Specialist role.

Hopefully that's useful! We have to keep an eye on our intellectual property, as I'm sure you can imagine!!

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06th Apr 2006 15:50

Hi Cath

Direct from Belbin would seem the most simple route! They're not expensive, £25 per person which includes the report. www.belbin.com

Sue Beatt

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By admin
06th Apr 2006 16:40

Hi Cath,

Businessballs.com has information regarding Belbin but there is no questionnaire.

Hope this helps.

Emma

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By Centrei
10th Apr 2006 20:38

Hi,
My understanding is that the questionnaires are copyright and that you are meant to go through Meredith's company at http://www.belbin.com/.

Dave

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By schma_m
06th Apr 2006 22:29

The first edition of his book had the original questionnaire for the original 8 roles at the back of th book.

Since then the model has been extended to a ninth role.

Cheers

Martin

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By admin
03rd May 2006 11:15

Try the following website - it has an absolute mountain of games, exercises and miscellaneous stuff that you might find useful, and I think it has the Belbin stuff as well.


www.businessballs.co.uk


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24th Nov 2017 09:06

Belbin is a licenced product so if you want the test, you can try here:

http://www.belbin.com/

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