Teamwork (Mutual Supportiveness)

SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATIONS NEED INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE independent thinkers and have strong personal goals (self-motivated), but much work is accomplished in a team environment. This means that to be successful in most organizational roles, you must be an effective team player. At the organizational level, teamwork is necessary to accomplish complex tasks. In fact, much of leadership is based on the ability to integrate multiple specialists to accomplish complex work that no single specialist could achieve alone.

What is required of an individual to be a good team player? First, you must be committed to the mission ...

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