Belbin’s team roles model is a model that explains how different personality types can work well together. It is based on the theory that each individual has one or more dominant behaviors and one or more supportive behaviors. Belbin’s Team Roles Model consist of four roles: The first three roles are called "drivers," which are people who want to influence others and often push for their own views, goals, and values. The fourth role, "team player," is someone who wants to be in an environment where they feel comfortable and accepted by others. They want to support the other team members but don't like taking charge of things.