Members Masterclass with Jo Keeler
In partnership with Belbin
This event is now closed for bookings as it has reached capacity, if you missed it don't forget you can watch Jo Keeler's previous members' masterclass on Finding your Authentic Team Leadership style here.
We all know what we think makes a great leader, manager, team member. We know when we meet them and the impact they have.
What do they have in common? Very often it is a clear sense of self. Memorable leaders take time to reflect and ask for, and listen to, feedback from others.
Using your own Belbin report, we will look at how you can use the language of Belbin to help you explore your behavioural strengths and weaknesses, learn from others, and start the journey of ‘Brand You’.
If you sign up for this webinar you will be sent a link to complete the Belbin Self-Perception Inventory and invite feedback from 6 colleagues.
The generated report normally costs £39 + VAT but will be provided free of charge for this webinar.
(Once registered, The Institute of Leadership will send you a unique URL enabling you to access the Belbin questionnaires.)
Managing Director, Belbin
Jo Keeler is the Managing Director of Belbin Associates. During her 20 year tenure at Belbin, Jo has been responsible for spearheading strategic and operational activities, and building the Belbin brand, both in the UK and worldwide. In addition to liaising with global Belbin partners, Jo leads the UK team and works closely with Dr Meredith Belbin to ensure that innovation is always in line with the company’s ethos.
In recent years, Jo has focused her efforts on bringing the Belbin message to international audiences, inspiring them to use the Team Role framework to usher in lasting team and business performance improvements.
Jo’s global speaking engagements have taken her to conferences from Auckland to Hangzhou to Saint Louis, via universities in Estonia and Poland, to name but a few. In the UK, Jo has been a guest lecturer at Cranfield University and Goldsmiths University, and has spoken regularly for various organisations including: the CIPD, The Institute of Leadership, The Association of Coaching, the Staff Development Forum and the Charity Learning Consortium.