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"Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results." - Andrew Carnegie


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Hello again! Today I've added another new motivational wallpaper to my gallery. It's called, "Teamwork", which makes this my 97th addition overall to my site.

As a manager myself, this topic especially hits home for me. Teamwork is vital in many areas of life. Any activity or task that requires more than 1 person to accomplish will require a team to be formed. Having a "team spirit", "giving one up for the team", and "having a team mindset" are all expressions I'm sure you've heard of before.

But the fact that a "team" exists doesn't necessarily mean that teamwork is automatically created with it. Yet, teams won't really work as it should without the element of teamwork.

So what is teamwork? Simply defined: it is a coordinated effort by a group of persons acting together as a team for a common cause. Teams are able to accomplish much more when real teamwork is present. This should make logical sense. Yet, let's still take a look at some of the major benefits that teamwork provides.

First of all, teamwork creates synergy (the sum is greater than the individual parts). It fosters unity that lead to cooperation with team members to do the job better while also removing constraints. It allows for flexibility to respond to change. Teamwork also promotes camaraderie between team members that can lead to higher levels of achievement through motivation to get the job done that benefits everyone involved.

Yes, there's a lot more benefits that exist, but those are the ones that really stick out for me when I think about the concept of teamwork. So, remember these benefits the next time you are part of a team and realize having a spirit of teamwork can enable you and your team to attain those uncommon results.
- Original blog entry from 11.10.2010

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