Importance of Teamwork at Workplace

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Importance of Teamwork at Workplace
« on: May 09, 2016, 02:49:22 PM »
Importance of Teamwork at Workplace

Not only is it a great opportunity for professional development, it is also a means of making your work easier. Read below to learn why teamwork is important in the workplace, and the benefits it can have for you. 

Increased efficiency:
When working in a team, you are working towards a common goal or set of objectives. The whole process of your work becomes more efficient, for example if there is a problem faced along the way there are more ‘hands on deck’ to help solve the issue.
Idea generation: 
One of the greatest benefits of working in a team is the inspiration and ideas that can result from team discussions. When running ideas by one and other, there is a lot more scope for creativity in comparison to working on a project alone.
A learning experience:
Teamwork is important in the workplace as it brings people together from different backgrounds and levels of experience. It is quite possible that you can learn from someone else’s knowledge which allows your own skills and capabilities to grow. 
Enhanced communication:
Teamwork activities such as meeting together to discuss ideas or collaborating information to contribute to a project require both verbal and written communication skills. Working regularly in this capacity will allow you develop both your own skills as well as those who are in your team.
Share the workload:
When working in a team towards a common goal, the workload is shared among all team members. It is important to remember that you are all working towards the same goal – if you finish your work before others you should offer your assistance in order to help complete the project.
Support network:
It is important to remember that support and a sense of belonging in a workplace can contribute greatly to job satisfaction. A strong team environment can act as a great support mechanism for staff members

Mosammat Jannatul Ferdous Mazumder
Student Counselor (Counseling & Admission)