Building an Effective Team in the Workplace

Successful teams are cohesive because team members work cooperatively, sharing common goals as well as the resources to achieve them. They are productive, not because team members never disagree, but because they have worked out ways to resolve conflicts when they occur. They are efficient because tasks are assigned in a way that takes into account each member’s skills and interests, rather than letting the team be dominated by the most verbal, most aggressive, or most popular personalities. Managers play an essential role in developing and leading teams that work in these ways. Knowing how to work with and not against a team is a vital resume builder as well as a survival technique within the workplace.  In order for a team to operate with the most synergy, it is important to take into account the diverse talents and interests of each team member, as well as to make sure that every member feels like a valuable and significant part of the team.  Read on for a few tips and tricks to keep in mind when building your most effective team in the workplace.

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