Importance of Team Building

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Building team and being a team member, first you have to recognize the concept and meaning of the team. Teams are one kind of small groups. A team is not only when people get together to work. “A team is a set of interpersonal interactions structured to achieve established goal” (David W. Johnson, Frank W. Johnson, Joining together: Group Theory and Group skills-8th Edition). To be more specific, a team includes two or more people who have these following characteristics. Firstly, people who are responsive of their optimistic in interdependence as they try hard to accomplish common objectives. As well as individuals who are cooperate among other team members. Thirdly, those who know who is your team companionship. Finally, persons who have exact roles and responsibilities or tasks to carry out.

To form productive teams, clear cooperative objectives, effective communication, good quality leadership, successful decision-making, practical conflict management, and positive applying use of power are all necessary. It brings a team to obtain extraordinary tasks done. However, it is not simple to build a team effort.

Successful team performance has a need of careful organizing of collaboration between team members. The efficient team formation will be more productive than team structured competitively and individualistically. It will also result in more dedicated team members are to each other, and the better members’ social capabilities. Moreover, by developing the success of continuing work teams, they may be provided team-building experiences. Team-building focuses on the analysis of work processes and actions of ongoing work teams performance to improve team efficiency, the high-quality relationships among associates, the level of members’ communication skills, and the ability of the team to develop to adjust to altering circumstances and demands.
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