Teamwork always wins

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Michael Jordan once said, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.”

Living in a world where everything we do at the workplace or while staying at home in both cases, we are connected to people, and that’s called a group or team. At the workplace, we collaborate on different tasks and assignments, and the idea is always the same to finish the assignment as required. The same is the case at home, while sitting over a dinner table, we always talk about decoration at home, relatives, studies, proposals and ideas as we always want to do something required. 

One of the essential things that everyone should learn is teamwork. You can define collaboration as the coming together of people to complete a particular task or activity. All the members have different tasks to complete to achieve the goal. Teamwork is essential to success and growth. As much as some people like to think they can do it all on their own, the truth is, they can’t. Having a good team of individuals around you helps you stay grounded and enables you to think in different ways, push boundaries with new ideas, and most importantly, provides you with a strong support network.

Benefits of working in a team:

Collaborating can solve the most difficult things together and bring more impressive results. The individual effort of smart and talented people is critically important to success—but there are many highly talented people and even project teams that never achieve extraordinary success because as important as their effort maybe, an organization or a team is only as good as its weakest link.

It brings new ideas:

Businesses need new, fresh ideas to succeed in the competitive world. You have a unique perspective to bring to the table, which will benefit the business overall. Businesses thrive when they have a diverse team of people who can contribute individual ideas.

Teamwork builds morale:

You’ll feel that your work is valued when you contribute to something that produces results. If you offer an idea that helps improve productivity, such as a new filing system, confidence and trust are built within the team. Each team member has something unique to offer. By working together, team members feel a strong sense of belonging and deep commitment to each other and the common goal.

Barriers for Teamwork:

Teamwork is the collaborative effort of a group to achieve a common goal or complete a task most effectively and efficiently. But it has been generally observed that people get into conflicts when they disagree with others. Now here are the main questions.

● Is managing people who have different kinds of nature hard? If not, what is the right approach?

● How can we always pitch in our ideas and close on a win-win situation for conflicts on any decision at the workplace or home?

Dealing with Barriers to Effective Teamwork:

Every problem has a solution, and it only needs to be on the priority list. You remember, when you had to convince your parents to go outside with your friends or even play a game, how did we use to do it? We use to do it by applying an agreement frame, respecting their opinion and most importantly, how we say and say that matters a lot.

The same goes for everyone, even when you are working with a team or at home and you have an idea, and you know how the idea is worth it.

Here is the thing, even if you are smart in anything and you are unable to convince people genuinely, you wouldn’t go long away. It’s essential to know how to manage and work with a team.

Here are a few pointers which will add some value to our conversation.

1.Always give chances to people to talk fully.

Allow everyone to voice their relevant opinions. Teamwork needs to consist of communication and compromise – without this, your team will struggle to work collaboratively.

2. Develop trust and sign of integrity

Trust is a crucial building block of all relationships and is especially critical in teams. A lack of trust can break down a team because it threatens productivity, creates a toxic culture, and shuts down communication. High trust environments help people have better experiences because they feel safe and connected to others.

3. Balance praise and give feedback wisely

Individuals need a balance of both praise and criticism to thrive. Rather than simply pointing to errors, give feedback by helping individuals to find solutions to work through their weaknesses.

There may be no “I” in the team, but teamwork can still benefit individuals personally. Do not allow competitive natures to get in the way of personal growth. Instead, understand how to resolve conflicts and trust teammates to contribute their best ideas.

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