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Plant can also refer to heavier and longer term items used in a business operation.
 
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Agricultural bearer plants include certain trees and bushes.
  
  

Latest revision as of 14:10, 26 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.

Agricultural bearer plants include certain trees and bushes.


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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