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Does Belbin’s widely applied theory really forecast great team performance? Part 2
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Does Belbin’s widely applied theory really forecast great team performance? Part 1
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Age is not how old you are, but how old you feel
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You’re born, you’re tested, you die
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Newbie Talent Scientist Miriam’s top tips for successful onboarding

Does Belbin’s widely applied theory really forecast great team performance? Part 1

Part 1: Identifying team members’ roles There is a widespread assumption among practitioners of management and organisational psychology theory that ‘balanced’ teams are the highest performing. The idea was born when Meredith Belbin put forward his team role theory (1981), in which he alleged a team is balanced when each[...]

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Age is not how old you are, but how old you feel

Older people are commonly not as valued as younger people within work organisations- age stereotypes link young people with promising career development opportunities and old people with declining ability and performance. But new research suggests how old you feel, not how old you are, is what matters for work related[...]

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You’re born, you’re tested, you die

Testing: one, two… one, two… well, almost. The British education system has not yet reached the point of academically assessing children under twenty-four months but  the start of the 2015-16 school year brings such practise one step closer. Since Michael Gove announced the introduction of optional testing of new primary[...]

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