Itâ€™s the bottom of the ninth inning, the score it three to two and the home team is down. The team decides to buckle down and play baseball. With a series of hits and smart base running, the home team pulls off an upset. But what really made this upset happen? It is called teamwork. Teamwork happens when members of a group or team, work together to achieve a common goal, as a part of a cooperative effort. Teamwork is everywhere; it is a basic necessity of our lives. Without teamwork you would not be able to complete things that require the help of others such a building a house, running a factory, or even picking food products. Teamwork can be described in many ways: it is the sense of trust and accomplishment that you gain after you succeed; relationships and friendships are formed; work gets done; and teamwork teaches you responsibility. .
Teamwork requires you work together trust forms. Trust is the faith that one person bestows upon another person will be able to accomplish or do a task without distraction or deceit. When you develop a trust the bond between to people is stronger and there will be no hesitation when working on something. When I'm playing baseball I trust that my teammates will do their job and they know that I will do mine. The trust bond that formed there is what makes a team run and without it there would be mass confusion. Players would be running all over the field, playing other positions because they wouldnâ€™t trust the person playing in that position and they would not think that they could do the job right.
Another quality is responsibility and as a part of teamwork everyone has a responsibility. A personâ€™s responsibility is their job or their duty. The work force is fill with them. In fact responsibility is what makes the work force run and it is what the work force is. If everyone just sat back a slacked off then nothing would get done and no goals would be accomplished.