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Related ''strengths'' include challenging, dynamic, thriving on pressure.
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Related ''strengths'' include being challenging, dynamic, and thriving on pressure.
  
  
Associated ''weaknesses'' may include aggression and bad humour in attempting to get things done, offending people's feelings, prone to provocation.
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Associated ''weaknesses'' may include aggression and bad humour in attempting to get things done, offending people's feelings and being prone to provocation.
  
  

Latest revision as of 14:07, 26 March 2020

Psychometric profiling - Belbin team roles.

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


Characteristic behaviours of the shaper role include:

  • Ensuring team keeps moving forward
  • Preventing loss of focus or momentum
  • Drive and courage to overcome obstacles


Related strengths include being challenging, dynamic, and thriving on pressure.


Associated weaknesses may include aggression and bad humour in attempting to get things done, offending people's feelings and being prone to provocation.


See also


External link

Belbin Team Roles webpage