I enjoy analyzing situations and considering all the choices.
I am interested in finding practical solutions to problems.
I like to feel I am encouraging good working relationships.
I enjoy connecting with the emotional pulse of the group and intuitively knowing what to do.
I have the potential to meet people who may have something new to offer.
I can get people to agree on a necessary course of action.
I feel at my best when I can give a task my full attention.
I like to find things that stretch my imagination.
I have a strong influence on decisions.
VI. IF I AM SUDDENLY GIVEN A DIFFICULT TASK WITH LIMITED TIME AND UNFAMILIAR PEOPLE:
I prefer to work alone to find a solution before explaining to the others.
I would be ready to work with the person who showed the most positive approach, however difficult he might be.
I would find some way of simplifying the task by finding out what different individuals might contribute.
My natural sense of urgency would help to ensure that we did not fall behind schedule.
I believe I would keep calm and think clearly.
I would keep to the purpose despite the pressures.
I would be prepared to take a positive lead if I felt the group was making no progress.
I would open discussions to stimulate new thoughts and get things moving.
I would rely on my gut feel and my people sense to know what to do.
VII. WITH REFERENCE TO THE PROBLEMS TO WHICH I AM SUBJECT TO WORKING IN GROUPS:
I tend to be impatient with those who are obstructing progress.
I rely too much on intuition and emotion and don’t relate to people who are cold.
My wish to ensure that work is properly done can slow things down.
I tend to get bored easily and rely on one or two stimulating members to interest me.
I find it difficult to get started unless the goals are clear.
I am sometimes poor at explaining and clarifying complex points that occur to me.
I am aware of demanding from others things I cannot do myself.
I hesitate to get my points across when I run up against strong opposition.
Others may criticize me for being too analytical and not intuitive.
MODIFIED BELBIN GROUP ROLE QUESTIONNAIRE SCORE SHEET
INSTRUCTIONS: In order to secure an accurate assessment of your strengths, please take the necessary time to carefully score yourself on this sheet. The scoring involves taking your numbers from each of the Group role questions and inserting them in the right 'slot' below.
Begin with question I on the first page of the questionnaire. The numbers you recorded for question I should be placed to the right of the appropriate letter on the first row (labeled 'I' on the left.) Thus if you gave '4' points to item 'a' you would put the number '4' beside the 'a' and under the heading 'RES'. Similarly if you gave a '6' to item 'f' you would write a '6' beside the 'f' and under the heading 'EMO'. Two points for ‘i’ would go under ‘SH’. Your points on each of the horizontal lines should equal 11. Once you have filled in all seven lines, please total the scores vertically. Thus you would have a score for REL, CO and so on. The score may be a zero (in fact this is quite normal) or a low number for one or more items. If you total up your scores across the bottom it should equal '77’. Please don't worry about the headings-- they will be fully explained to you and each of them represents a strength!!