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ABSTRACT:

“Team,” a word that is so overly used in the business world today, it has virtually lost its true meaning. Rarely would you see a job description that doesn’t mention “teamwork or able to collaborate effectively in a team environment.”

But here’s the thing, “team” is a word that needs some clarification—maybe not with the definition, but when you define your “team” as such. There are actually several types: the workgroup, pseudo team, potential, real, and high performance team—do you know which one you have, and more importantly, do you know what may be limiting your ability to have the strongest team possible?

Consult the following white paper to hear from psychologist and HR Head, Rainer Neirmeyer, as he reveals what the term “team” means in today’s market. Uncover which type of team you are and how to tailor your efforts to improve your overall collaborative effectiveness and much more. 

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