The Art of Teamwork
The Art of Teamwork
Learn how to work effectively in a team in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Nowadays, as more and more emphasis is being placed on working as part of a team, being able to say that you work well with others is a valuable asset when job searching. Understanding the key principles of teamwork will allow you to work better in a group and maximize your productivity, which is vital when you are looking to impress superiors, improve results and collaborate better with others.
In this book, you will learn how teamwork can help you to increase your efficiency, tackle tasks more effectively and improve your project management. It also features useful tips to create a better team and advice for evaluating your professional performance, meaning that you can become a great team player in no time!
How can this book help you in your career?
Mastering the art of teamwork will enable you to improve your professional relationships and boost performance. This book will give you everything you need to:
- Work effectively as part of a team
- Identify which role suits you best within a group dynamic, therefore improving the effectiveness of your team as a whole
- Work together to achieve better results than you ever could have alone
- Learn how the group you work in influences your individual performance and use this knowledge to become more efficient
This straightforward and accessible 43-page book is structured as follows:
- The art of teamwork
- Effective teamwork: the basics
- Positioning yourself individually
- Positioning yourself collectively
- Positioning yourself according to the group dynamic
- Top tips
- Pay attention to team cohesion
- Be aware of the toxicity of certain behaviours
- Interpret situations with professionalism
- What are the characteristics of a professional team?
- What elements are favourable to the effective functioning of a team?
- Does the interdependence of tasks influence efficiency?
- Is there a model to evaluate team performance?
- Can a team’s performance be evaluated based on its results?
- Are the highest-performing team members the ones that get the best results?
- Is performance linked only to skills?
- Does the team have an impact on my personal identity?
- Over to you
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