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“Individual commitment to a group effort - that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”

Vince Lombardi, football trainer

My Teaming Partners

Training providers

  • Training providers take us trainers organizational and commercial tasks off our hands.
  • They allow us to focus on our most important job: Developing and delivering training and coaching.


  • For assignments with high demands on free capacity, and for international qualification projects, these colleagues will be happy to help.
  • As colleagues, we are prepared to use common training contents and materials and work for the same corporate goals of a customer in our seminars.

Teaming 101

"Teaming" describes how organizations and individuals collaborate to achieve goals the each of them would not be able to achieve alone.

Teaming is important in project management, when an individual company would be too small for a specific task, or when a larger corporation can not provide the project with sufificient resources capacities.

Teaming is also helpful in training—as long as there is an understanding among the teaming partners and a joint focus on the benefits for the customer.

Common types of teaming:

Types of teaming in project management and training