This one day workshop guides the team in deciding how to understand their individual strengths, using Belbin Team Roles, in order to work together effectively to solve a team challenge. The challenge is an escape room, where the team solve a variety of puzzles in order to escape from a locked room in under one hour.
The workshop culminates with a reflection by the team on how they tackled the escape room and improvements they can make to their team performance in future.
£1500+vat (per team)
Next Available Dates
- Sep 16th 9:00-17:00 Cheltenham
Please enquire about alternative dates and/or venues, including at your site
- Welcome & Housekeeping
- Why Belbin Team Roles?
Scrum is a framework for delivering products in complex contexts, but, above all, it is intended to enable self-organising, cross-functional teams to work to their best ability. A great Scrum Master will use whatever tools are available to help the team do that.
Belbin Team Roles are used to identify behavioural strengths and weaknesses in the workplace, and are an ideal tool for building Scrum Teams.
This first section provides an introduction to Belbin Team Roles and their benefits.
- What are the nine Team Roles?
This section explores each of the nine Belbin Team Roles and provides an opportunity to discuss them in more detail
- Belbin Individual Report – debrief
Each participant receives their Belbin report and has the opportunity to ask questions about the results.
- Belbin Reports Discussion
Each individual receives their Belbin report and has the opportunity to ask questions about the results. This is followed by a short exercise and discussion on the balance of the team.
- Choosing a Team
Using the Belbin reports as a guide, the team assess the most effective team to take on a team challenge that exercises each of the roles.
- Team Challenge
The Team Challenge will be to solve an escape room challenge created at Escape Rooms Cheltenham. The escape room has been specifically created to draw out Belbin Team Roles, in order to optimise the learning opportunity.
A facilitated reflection on how the team approached the challenge, what went well and what could be improved. The conclusion is a set of actions for the team to improve their performance in future
Cost includes trainer, training material, venue hire inc Escape Room, refreshments and a Belbin SPI Report for each participant.
As part of the course, each team member will complete a Belbin report, which will provide an insight into the ways they contribute to the team, ie their Belbin Team Role tendencies. These will be completed beforehand and discussed during the workshop