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Team working (part 1): creating a team

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Team working (part 1): creating a team

Peter Ellis
6 March 2020

This paper discusses team creation, what constitutes a team and what it takes to make a team able to work together. We explore the application of team theory which may be used to improve team creation and team management. In health care, a leader who has no team is not really a leader, no one can effectively work in isolation (Gokenbach, 2008). In the next paper in this series, we will explore the different team roles which go toward making an effective team.

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