Teamworking is often the most effective way to get things done. Different people have different skills, strengths and ways of thinking and if you work together to achieve a shared goal, the end result is usually better than that which a single member of the team could have achieved by themselves. Another benefit to working in a team is the opportunity for ‘group learning’. In other words, working in a team exposes you to other people’s ideas, assumptions, attitudes, values and beliefs, providing you with opportunity for discussion and reflection. This in turn can lead to personal learning and deeper understanding.
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