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Related ''strengths'' include practicality, reliability, efficiency.
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Associated ''weaknesses'' may include inflexibility, slowness to respond to new possibilities, reluctance to relinquish plans in favour of positive changes.
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Associated ''weaknesses'' may include inflexibility, slowness to respond to new possibilities and reluctance to relinquish earlier plans in favour of positive changes.
  
  

Latest revision as of 13:22, 26 March 2020

Psychometric profiling - Belbin team roles.

Implementer is one of the nine clusters of individual behaviours identified in the Belbin team roles model.


Characteristic behaviours of the implementer role include:

  • Planning a workable strategy
  • Turning ideas into actions and organising the required work
  • Carrying out the strategy as efficiently as possible


Related strengths include practicality, reliability and efficiency.


Associated weaknesses may include inflexibility, slowness to respond to new possibilities and reluctance to relinquish earlier plans in favour of positive changes.


See also


External link

Belbin Team Roles webpage