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All through our lives we are in one way or another faced with working in teams. The process starts as early as in kindergarten where children are assigned to make figures out of clay in the groups of three or have to sign songs in duets or quartets for the kindergarten leaving recital…
In my short paper I would like to cover the benefits and drawbacks of working in teams because this issue is becoming of utmost importance in today's rapidly developing world. I would also like to present some models for conflict resolution, because conflicts, when two or more people have to work together and combine ideas, are inevitable.
Teamwork is a gratifying and often crucial part of employment and many leisure activities. Moreover, today one's ability to work in a team is sought after and highly valued. It seems that working in groups is very easy, though as the experience shows, it may be one of the most challenging tasks one faces at university and in the workplace. This is caused by the fact that all people are different as well as not all traits of characters of different people can be combined successfully. The biggest drawback of working in a team is that usually not every member of the team is prepared to put in the same amount of effort. Moreover, in every team there are "free riders", who come to the group meetings to socialize instead of doing what they are supposed to do, and do not complete their tasks. Because of them other team members end up having to do work that they fail to complete or start an assignment over because someone did not do it right. ...
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