Good teamwork occurs when there is a shared or common goal to strive for, mutual trust and respect, and effective communication. Good teamwork does not always exist naturally because A commitment from everyone is required in order for it to succeed.
The effectiveness of good teamwork is often something that is underestimated in a workplace setting. Good teams are able to plan better, which ultimately results in positive outcomes for the organization as a whole.
Specific stages must be passed before any team is considered to be operating at 100 percent of its potential. One of the initial tasks for any team is to build camaraderie among the group members and to make sure that everyone gets along. Often this takes place via an informal process wherein boundaries are set. Once a sense of camaraderie is formed, team members can express opinions openly, and others can disagree if the group does not concur. When every team member understands his or her role, a set of rules can be established so there is no confusion regarding personal responsibilities. Finally, a team works at its best when communication channels are open, roles are well-defined and there is clarity over the expectations of each team member.