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Plant is one of the nine clusters of individual behaviours identified in the Belbin team roles model.
 
Plant is one of the nine clusters of individual behaviours identified in the Belbin team roles model.
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Related ''strengths'' include creativity, imagination, free-thinking.
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Related ''strengths'' include creativity, imagination and free-thinking.
  
  
Associated ''weaknesses'' may include ignoring incidentals, preoccupation preventing effective communication, absentmindedness, forgetfulness.
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Associated ''weaknesses'' may include ignoring incidentals, preoccupation preventing effective communication, absentmindedness and forgetfulness.
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Plant can also refer to heavier and longer term items used in a business operation.
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A plant can also mean an entire operational site and all of its equipment.
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Revision as of 14:12, 25 March 2020

1. Psychometric profiling - Belbin team roles.

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


Characteristic behaviours of the plant role include:

  • High creativity
  • Generating ideas
  • Solving difficult problems in unconventional ways


Related strengths include creativity, imagination and free-thinking.


Associated weaknesses may include ignoring incidentals, preoccupation preventing effective communication, absentmindedness and forgetfulness.


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Plant can also refer to heavier and longer term items used in a business operation.


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A plant can also mean an entire operational site and all of its equipment.

For example, an integrated water and power plant.


See also


External link

Belbin Team Roles webpage