Is it necessarily good to do teamwork? Teamwork can be a great way to bring out the best in a group of people. It can also be an absolutely exasperating way to work. Determining which situations are best suited for effective teamwork can help you and your team be both more effective and harmonious.
A great way to determine the best dynamics in a team setting is to analyse your own natural role in a teamwork situation. What role do you usually play? What are the positives to this role, and what aspects might be open to reengineering? Learning to interpret your own behaviour will make it easier to analyse the behaviour of others around you. It might turn out that something that has been annoying you for a while turns to have its merits. Especially since you now realise what the natural role of this person is. This can remove many layers of judgement and lead to much greater harmony and understanding on when it is good to do teamwork… or not.
Who is Marcello?
Marcello Mereu is one of our key trainers at AIM & Associés. He is interested in issues can be resolved by creating a setting that enables to communicate openly and respectfully. He delivers the Working in Teams at the European School of Administration, as well Prevention of Harassment as for the European Institutions, agencies and bodies.