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Performance Factors in Teamwork - September 6th, 2010


Listening - it is important to listen to other people's ideas. When people are allowed to freely express their ideas, these initial ideas will produce other ideas.


Questioning - it is important to ask questions, interact, and discuss the objectives of the team.


Persuading - individuals are encouraged to exchange, defend, and then to ultimately rethink their ideas.


Respecting - it is important to treat others with respect and to support their ideas.


Helping - it is crucial to help one's coworkers, which is the general theme of teamwork.


Sharing - it is important to share with the team to create an environment of teamwork.


Participating - all members of the team are encouraged to participate in the team.


• Aside from any required technical proficiency, a wide variety of social skills are desirable for successful teamwork, including Listening - it is important to listen to other people's ideas.

When people are allowed to freely express their ideas, these initial ideas will produce other ideas.


Questioning - it is important to ask questions, interact, and discuss the objectives of the team.


Persuading - individuals are encouraged to exchange, defend, and then to ultimately rethink their ideas.


Respecting - it is important to treat others with respect and to support their ideas.


Helping - it is crucial to help one's coworkers, which is the general theme of teamwork.


Sharing - it is important to share with the team to create an environment of teamwork.


Participating - all members of the team are encouraged to participate in the team.
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