Teamwork At Work

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You’ve probably worked as part of a team in the past, so try to think about what went well and what didn’t (you can use the STARRS method to do this).Good team working skills will give you more chances to move forward in your career, too.The difference between a good and a bad team is how well they work together.

You’ve probably worked as part of a team in the past, so try to think about what went well and what didn’t (you can use the STARRS method to do this).Good team working skills will give you more chances to move forward in your career, too.The difference between a good and a bad team is how well they work together.

As always remember the STARRS method – it’s an expansion on the popular STARR method by one of our own Youth Ambassadors. There are so many chances in life to do something as part of a group, both inside and outside of work/education. Pick a time you worked as a team to achieve something. Write a sentence or two about the experience and describe how you showed your skills as a team player.

It helps you think about what went well in a past situation and what you would do better next time. This will help you be prepared in job interviews – and will remind you what you’ve already achieved in life.

Summarise how you have contributed to these teams and helped them meet their goals.

If you are writing a cover letter, think about how you can show team spirit when talking about your achievements and experiences in working as a team.

Join a local group Lots of groups run in local areas for all kinds of interests including conservation, politics, special interests and team sports.

Getting involved in a group is a great way to build your teamwork skills.

Most forms of work with more than one employee involve you working as a team.

Team working is a bit more complicated than just being in a group of people getting things done.

can do this together.” Create a project Find opportunities to work in a group.

Then make sure you contribute to the group and help others to get involved.

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