The BPC Model

The BPC Model of Success

Team Building is a process where work teams expand and improve each other’s knowledge through sharing ideas, training and helping each other to build new skills .It works by giving people a forum and means of support for addressing their development challenges and steps. It’s a flexible and practical solution for encouraging self-improvement and a good way to ensure people are being challenged to share the knowledge they have. By embracing the team, a culture of experiential learning drives continuous performance improvements.

Our proven following model empowers team to work in collaboration.

Purpose - Defines the team vision and mission. 

   What do we do for who

   What do we want to accomplish / become? 

People - Nurture People around the vision and purpose aligns the team’s roles and responsibilities. When a group of people experience working together to achieve mutual goals shared meaning is established.

Principles - Establish shared meaning through Principles and Expectations. 

   Why do we do what we do? 

   How do we do what we do?

Principles - Connect values, action and results. Social contracts reinforce principles with purpose and people.

Process - Create systems and processes that develop standards that reinforce the vision and purpose

   Reinforce through effective communication, consistent presence and ongoing rapport & relationships

   Identify & address problem areas

   Provides learning opportunities for all involved.

Performance - Assure proper resources are allocated for continued growth.   

   Optimal results are achieved from the why, who, how, and when of the team.

   Esprit de corps (team spirit), camaraderie and sense of community occurs.

5 Strategies to Buiding Strong Teams

1. Manage performance effectively – Don’t review…previewSome organizations still rely on outdated models for annual performance reviews that don't directly engage team members in the process. Effective management of team performance has the most significant impact on sustainable growth for any organization. Replacing reviews with preview has a significant impact on shaping the organizational culture that shapes the team.Effective performance previews

  • Provides transparency of merit between high and low      performers
  • Clearly defines standards and expectations throughout      the organization
  • Establishes and reinforces shared goals, mutual objectives      of the team

Effective performance management has a significant impact on shaping the culture of your organization, because it directly shapes your team.

2. Allow Authority and Responsibility to Team MembersResponsibility and authority are directly tied to trust and accountability within an organization. If trust and accountability are absent--or weak at best--then you'll have a difficult time turning authority over to your team. How can you trust them to do the right thing if you can't trust them at all?Conversely, in organizations where trust and accountability are strong, employees often feel empowered to act in the best interest of the customer or client. When you empower the team, they grow exponentially. They feel vested and have a strong desire not only for their own success, but for that of the team.They can recognize and respond to solutions immediately and be more likely to develop innovative ideas to help you meet organizational demands, and connect with customers to create a more robust brand experience.

3. Create a Customer-Centric FocusA customer focused team is a high-performance team. Creating a customer-centric focus puts the responsibilities squarely on the team and will also help you reduce the redundancies of problems.

4. Communicate to Inform, Influence and InspireA big part of building a high-performance team is maintaining communication at every level--and that means effective, constant, purposeful communication.Effective team communication is a leading indicator of organization peak performance. Communication is a challenge for any organization, but by accurately establishing, communicating an reinforcing the team goals it can be achieved as a core component for building a high-performing team

.5. Create a Culture of Continued GrowthTraining and development is an investment in the organization and the team member’s careers. Offering learning opportunities, development, and training to your team gives you a competitive advantage for several reasons. Providing the team with the hard and soft skills for success is vital to ensuring continued growth and improvement to build a high-performance team.