What is teamwork and why it's important to your organization?

"There is a lot of teams in every sport that have great players and never win their title, but most of them refuse to sacrifice for the team's bigger advantage, the funny thing is that their willingness to sacrifice only reaches their individual goals, one of the things I believe is the most complete thing is that if a team is thinking and achieving, personal recognition will take care of themselves. Talent wins, but teamwork and intelligence win. "Michael Jordan

What's the Team? Webster According to the New Collegiate Dictionary, a team: – A lot of people who are connected to a job or activity

What is teamwork? Employees work on more than one employee, but everything is subordinated to their overall efficiency

"Teamwork is the ability, to cooperate in a common vision and be able to make individual performance a towards organizational goals. a fuel that allows ordinary people to achieve uncommon results. "Unknown

Teams come in all shapes and sizes Parents working with teachers help learners to reach their potential So there is an organization employee working with their staff Coach of your favorite team working with co-workers and players

They have a mission: successful organizations have a mission statement. What is the mission? The mission statement describes the organization / team's goals. It captures the attributes that the team is developing want to know what the teams mean, and how the team arrives, in other words, it is a roadmap.

Winning teams have realistic, achievable goals, and once they reach their goals they set new targets. must be discussed. Team awareness and communication Team members need to be aware of what is happening to them as they relate to the team's overall play plan. This mind involves the perception of what the individual is doing. For athletes who may be in class, court, and others.

Communication is a two-way street. A team that communicates with you is more likely to meet successful things.

Successful teams are disciplined teams. The most important rule for athletes: Be where you should do what you need to do when you need to do it.

committed. They are willing to do everything (WIT) to help the team achieve their goals. Their commitment must be legal, moral and ethical. Their personal goals are secondary to the team's goals.

Regular review of team and individual performance. Athletes and those who are part of a business organization need feedback. They have to tell them what they are doing well and what they need to do to improve their performance and individual and team performance.

They have a winning attitude. They believe in themselves, their teammates and their mission. They do not allow them to eliminate negative "stinking thoughts". Associated with other "winners". And they know that success leaves traces

"There's never a doubt that a small group of a thoughtful, committed person can change the world, in fact, this is the only thing that has ever been." Unknown

"Together to go for a start … to keep up with the progress … work together to succeed." John C. Maxwell