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The Importance of Teamwork in the Workplace
Transcript of The Importance of Teamwork in the Workplace
Have a Wonderful day!
Importance of Teamwok and it's Stages
Seven Stages of Team Development
-1) Achieve Goal Faster
-3) Better Learning Curve
-4) Enhanced Communication
-5) Equal distribution of Labor
-6) Personal Accountability
-7) Conflict Resolution
The Seven Stages of Teamwork
3) Better Learning Curve
4) Enhanced communication
3)Better Learning Curve:
a) Team members are constantly learning from one anothers
a) When People are put in a team they are forcd to work togetther, stressing the importance of teamwork and communication.
Equal Disrtibution of Labor:
The Importance of Teamwork in the Worplace:
The definiton of Teamwork, as defined by Merriam Webster states," The most important reason for teamwork, in the workplace, is to achieve the commomn goal of the organization.
a) Evolvole from interaction with co-workers.
1) Achieve Goal Faster
a) Minimizes time and effort.
4a) Enhanced Communications:
Equal Distribution of Labor
a) When persons work within a team there is a nescessary component of communication!
b) Regarding equal distribution of labor... teamwork is necessary for proper and adequate communication.
6a) Personal Accountability
7b) Conflict Resolution
a) Every member has a target set for themselves and themselves alone.
7b) Conflict Resolution:
In case of conflict the element of team work is important; so that every team member may have and input and discourse about the disagreement.
Importance of Teamwork
Team Work reaches the ultimate goal faster and increases organizational productivity
The most pertinent reason behind teamwork, is that one individual cannot be wholey responsible for the groups work load and that each individual has their part/ and or place in the ultimate goal.