Learning Each Other

Teams that work together for a long period of time should communicate better. A safe and honest environment will produce a team that learns how to work together at a better rate than a dysfunctional team.

Healthy teams will learn the nuances of personalities and probable reactions to circumstances. Learning how to adjust for each other results in an anticipation that can become almost automatic. Automatic anticipation between teammates makes tasks much more efficient.

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