Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about teamwork. The term “teamwork” refers to working as a group to achieve a common objective. Humans are social creatures.
Humans tend to stick together and work with others in practically every period of life. Everyone has duties, whether at work or home. By carrying out these responsibilities daily, we become members of the team. A team always wins when it completes its assigned tasks with perfect coordination.
Teamwork is essential to the accomplishment of any business, agricultural sector, or ecosystem, and animals also work together to survive. A team has a hierarchical structure in which one person leads the others to follow, and the leader has more experience than the other colleagues.
Leaders point the way for teammates to follow and accomplish their tasks, and each assignment is a little piece of a larger jigsaw that only comes to life when all of the parts fall into place.
With the development and variety of duties, the hierarchical framework of a team has altered, allowing firms to allocate work and spread the load. The top-level managers direct the productivity and outcomes of a team, while the middle-level managers carry out the top-level managers’ commands.
The bottom division is made up of frontline soldiers who carry out orders. In a family, the parents look after all of the other members, while the other members do their duties as allotted. Teamwork is essential to the system because if any of the family members do not cooperate, the entire system would collapse. Thank you.