The Belbin’s Team Roles Model is a framework that helps people to understand the different roles within a team. It was developed by John M. Belbin in the late 1960s and is still used today. Belbin's model consists of four roles: taskmaster, coordinator, executor, and innovator. Each role has its own strengths and weaknesses. For example, the taskmaster is good at organizing tasks but might not be as good at delegating tasks to others on their team or coming up with new ideas for their team to work on together. The Belbin's Team Roles Model can help you understand which role you are best suited for and how you can grow into those roles in your career.