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III. WHEN I AM INVOLVED IN A PROJECT WITH OTHER PEOPLE

MODIFIED BELBIN GROUP ROLE QUESTIONNAIRE

 

 

For each of the seven questions that follow, you will distribute a total of 11 points among the 9 choices given to you. Take question I as an example. If you believe your principle contributions to a team are addressed by two of the options, you should distribute the 11 points to those two items only. You could give 5 and 6 points, 8 and 3 points or whatever combination reflects your relative strength in those two areas. If you think you regularly contribute in 5 relatively equal ways, you might give 2 points each for 4 items, and three for the somewhat more dominant 5th.

 

For the questionnaire to be effective you must be honest with yourself as you complete it. In other words, do not answer based on what you feel is “good” or the “right thing” but rather based on what you actually do or feel. You also should answer in the present in relation to the work or other setting that you are in right now for which you are assessing your group roles.

­ There is no such thing as a wrong answer on this questionnaire!­

 

 

I. WHAT I BELIEVE I CAN CONTRIBUTE TO A TEAM

a) I think I can quickly see and take advantage of new opportunities.
b) I can work well with a very wide range of people.
c) I can produce ideas with ease. Producing ideas is one of my natural assets.
d) I am able to draw people out whenever I see they have something to contribute to the group.
e) My ability to finish things has much to do with my personal effectiveness.
f) I have an intuitive sense of what the group and its members are feeling.
g) I am quick to sense what is likely to work in a situation with which I am familiar.
h) I can offer reasoned case for different courses of action without introducing bias or prejudice.
i) I am prepared for temporary unpopularity if it leads to worthwhile results in the end.

 

II. IF I HAVE A WEAKNESS IN TEAM WORK, IT WOULD BE THAT

a) I am not at ease unless meetings are well structured and controlled and generally well conducted
b) I tend to be too generous towards others who have a valid view that has not been discussed.
c) I tend to talk a lot once the group gets on to new ideas.
d) My rational outlook makes it difficult for me to join in readily and enthusiastically with colleagues.
e) I get too caught up in emotions, both my own and those of others in the group.
f) I find it difficult to lead from the front, perhaps because I am too responsive to group atmosphere.
g) I tend to get too caught up with ideas that occur to me and so I lose track of what is happening.
h) My colleagues tend to see me as worrying unnecessarily over detail and the possibility that things may go wrong.
i) I am sometimes seen as forceful and dominant if there is a need to get something done.

 




 

 

III. WHEN I AM INVOLVED IN A PROJECT WITH OTHER PEOPLE

a) I am good at influencing people without pressuring them.
b) My general attention prevents careless mistakes and omissions being made.
c) I am ready to press for action to make sure that a meeting does not waste time or lose sight of the main objectives.
d) I usually contribute something original.
e) I am someone who can be counted on to provide emotional support, particularly if someone is upset or frozen out by the group.
f) I am keen to look for the latest in new ideas and development.
g) I believe my cool judgment is appreciated by others.
h) I can be relied upon to see that all essential work is organized.
i) I am always ready to support a good suggestion for the group.

 

 


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