8 Reasons Why Team Work Makes the Dream Work

Are you among those who are yet to decide whether or not to work in/ as a team?

Or are you a business owner who is confused about the benefits of team work?

Either way, I understand.

Team work can be annoying at times and frustrating, to say the least. In my experience, it can often bring unnecessary disagreements, which can lead to arguments. At times, there are personality clashes, which can make it difficult for team members to compromise on a range of issues.

The answer to that question is NO.

Regardless of these downsides of team work, working together has a lot of benefits which you should naturally already know and/ or at least be aware of.

Below are the 8 reasons why team work is so important. Enjoy!

Aristotle once said, “The whole is greater than the part.” What this quote means is that the ideas of two or more people working in a team is far greater than the ideas of a person working alone.

Let me explain it another way… team work encourages team members to brainstorm, share, and combine ideas in order to achieve a common objective.


Without team work, corporate organizations like Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple, and Honda would not have been established.

Team work encourages achievement of long-term goals, which could take an individual 5+ years to complete, to be finished in a shorter period of time.


There is no better way to get constructive feedback than working in a team. Working in a group has a way of helping teams to evaluate their plans, hopes, dreams and goals.

For example, a strong team encourages an atmosphere where team members will feel very free to offer suggestions and recommendations about how to achieve a task efficiently.


Another reason why group work is so important is that team work is a recipe for development. As the saying goes, “two heads are better than one head.”

Team work allow the weakness of one team member to be complemented by the strengths of another team member.


One of the reasons why companies encourage team work is to promote business and intellectual growth. Team work encourages more collaboration, togetherness, and the sharing of individual ideas.

With team work, not only will team members learn from each other, but it will also help them to combine their ideas, build trust, learn how to tolerate others and tackle many organizational tasks – big or small.


Team work reduces work pressure and encourages team members to focus on one thing they can do very proficiently.

This assists team members to be very efficient and productive and to brainstorm solutions to difficult problems.


Team work encourages the sharing of responsibilities and the delegation of tasks, both of which encourage team members to monitor their progress, to find out which group member needs ‘more’ assistance, and to identify the areas in/ of which tasks they need to improve on.

In my opinion, businesses that encourage team work are very likely to increase accountability and improve employee relations.


Never before has marketing been so easy until companies started encouraging team work. It naturally helps companies effectively market their products, services or business strategies by dividing tasks and by holding team members accountable for one or multiple particular task(s).

I hope you enjoyed and found value from this. If so, feel free to drop a comment and share it with your friends and family!

Marleana Da Silva  #momonamission #mwa

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