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The importance of teamwork in the workplace

We live in a world full of technology, new applications, new functions, different types of entertainment... All projects becoming very successful and evolving more and more.

But there is a common factor among all these successful projects.

Do you know which one?

Absolutely none of them were made by just one person. For a project (or anything else) to be successful, it needs a team. People dealing with people, helping each other, identifying themselves.

Teamwork is almost indispensable in defining the success of any business

Here I will show you some points of how beneficial teamwork can be:

Improve your creativity!

 - When people work together, it's much easier to give ideas, to discuss and to create more. 

Best Troubleshooting!

 - We've all heard that phrase: "Two (or three, or four...) minds think better than one." Well, this is an undeniable truth.

Less feeling of tiredness and overload

 - When everyone works together, sharing tasks is easier!

Improves productivity and efficiency

 - Again, two minds think better than one. In this case, two minds produce better than one. 

Among several other points, teamwork is also essential due to the atmosphere in which it is inserted. It's much better to work with people you know will be there for you (and who know you'll be there for them too) than it is to work alone.


Date posted: April 25, 2022

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About the Author

Gabriel Napolitano, Operations Coordinator

Gabriel is the Operations Coordinator at Metal Toad. He is 26 years old and lives in Campinas - São Paulo. He is completing his graduation in Business Management at Universidade Paulista.
He has eight years of experience in the administration area, which includes finances, human resources and public relations.
Gabriel has a strong sense of team work. He is very empathic, which he thinks is one of the most important skills to have in order to work in a group.
When he is not working and studying, either he is doing jiu-jitsu, or he is with his family (and their dog) watching movies, playing videogames or just chilling.

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