COMING TOGETHER IS A BEGINNING
Keeping together is progress. Working together is success
PBC’s purpose is to help organisations, leaders and managers engage, motivate and inspire their people.
We design and implement team building programmes and workshops that improve performance, build capabilities and strengthen behaviour.
If you want to inspire your people, up-skill them, get them on the same page and working as a team, we will show you how.
The Science bit…
We work with you to be clear and specific about your outcomes and work back from there. PBC will develop the right combination of theory and fun tasks to generate an environment for learning to take place.
The four approaches we use work in slightly different ways.
1. Personality-based teambuilding
People find out information about themselves that they may not know. In the process of sharing these insights with their team, everyone will begin to understand why they operate in the way they do and how to relate better to their colleagues. Using a series of fun team exercises we look at how these differences affect the team and we examine the opportunities and UK assignment help for improving collaboration.
Individual: potential blind spots.
Team: improved relationships, communication and team function
2. Activity-based teambuilding
Success leaves clues when the team takes part in challenging but fun tasks in a safe learning environment. We examine the skills that either allow the team to succeed, or that get in the way of success. In review we examine how these skills and the team’s approach can be transferred back to the workplace.
Individual: my impact on others, improved relationships.
Team: implicit and explicit ways for improving teamwork
3. Skills-based teambuilding
One team, one direction – participants develop practical work-based skills and know-how enabling them to be effective within the team (e.g. giving and receiving feedback, communication skills, managing effective meetings). We ensure everyone has a practical, positive experience of using these skills.
The benefit of this approach is threefold: team members leave with the skills they need to raise the bar; they have a clear understanding of what is needed and expected of them; they develop trust and bond as a unit behind a common goal.
Individual: understand the mission, vision and direction.
Team: develop the trust and engagement necessary to move forward as a unit through intellectual alignment and emotional engagement.
4. Problem solving-based teambuilding
This approach is designed for teams that are dysfunctional and have developed blocks and barriers to performance. The team will take part in challenging problem-solving activities with a facilitator to help the group identify and break through the various barriers to team effectiveness and performance.
Individual: re-establish relationships and understand differing perspectives.
Team: overcome limiting beliefs, break patterns of negative behaviour and establish best practice.