Did you know that companies whose teams are focused around a common objective, namely their organization's mission and vision, enjoy a 30% higher rate of return than those who are not??*

Did you know that 70% of the American workforce do not believe that their company is committed to its own mission?*

In some cases the vision and mission statements are not well understood, well written or well communicated. In others management hasn't integrated their vision and mission into its corporate culture, they aren't walking the talk. Getting the most from your teams all begins with your organizational objectives. Our Building High Impact Teams course helps you with understanding and integrating your team's vision. It also provides you with information on how to improve teamwork in a number of other ways. You will walk away with a clear action plan and goals to get you on your way towards that 30% rate of return!

This one-day program is designed to equip leaders with the context and tools needed to improve the teamwork in their organizations.


Duration 1 day (6.5hrs)
Class Hours 9am-4pm
PDUs 8
Next Public Offering: Call for details
Location: The Project Solvers Training Facility
Cost $99


*Watson Wyatt Work Study and Employee Insight Survey 


  • Learn how to focus your team around its organizational vision and mission (you'll learn how to best create these statements if you don't have one currently).
  • Learn what motivates people and how this knowledge can be applied
  • Establish effective communications across the organization,
  • Learn how to de-risk through task sharing,
  • Motivate team members for increased performance and commitment.
  • Walk away with a checklist of actions to put into effect.




  • Team leaders
  • Project Managers
  • Supervisors and Functional Management




  • Understanding the differences between a Vision Statement and a Mission Statement and why each is essential to a team
  • Understand the role of Value Statements
  • How to form a new team successfully and re-energize existing teams
  • How to clarify a team’s roles and responsibilities
  • Developing effective communication skills that keep team members informed within the team and within their organization, and also encourages feedback
  • Motivating a team through an appropriate reward structure, empowerment, and recognition of individual talents of each team member
  • Situational Leadership; applying the right style according to the demands of the situation
  • Manage conflicts of interest so that they do not jeopardize the success of the project.
  • Understand why team issues may arise and what to do about them
  • Opportunity to diagnose and solve current project team issues
  • Scenario case studies will be used through-out the course


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