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How to use teamwork in a sentence
They know that playing sports helps a child’s physical and mental well-being, teaches teamwork and develops social skills.After telling more than 800 athletes and coaches to quarantine, a county halts youth sports | Ovetta Wiggins | November 30, 2020 | Washington Post
My ability as an engineer and researcher to make progress on truly grand challenges hinges on extensive teamwork.Book recommendations from Fortune’s 40 under 40 in tech | Rachel King | September 4, 2020 | Fortune
With title companies and lenders now allowing many virtual options, the teamwork that goes into a smooth real estate transaction is stronger than ever.
After all, when faced with a pandemic that requires social isolation, it’s a lot easier to fine-tune a jump shot than a coordinated defensive scheme that requires precise movements and teamwork.
They pass, cut, float, feint, screen, shoot and dunk like the personification of teamwork in its most merciless and committed form.The Miami Heat’s Dynamic Duo Could Make Noise In The Playoffs | Michael Pina | August 12, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
He turned that story into an ending about the unity and teamwork that defines America at its best.How Obama Prepares for the Grueling State of the Union | Jon Favreau | January 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
A view of his—that I share—is that through teamwork, so much can be achieved.
teamwork is needed because Yahoo is valued at about $21 billion, making it too rich for anyone to handle on their own.
“You need trust, openness, cooperation and teamwork,” Boehner said.
He had a staff around him that was more effective and had more teamwork.
It had never, perhaps, come to the minds of the boys that teamwork was a term that could be applied to work as well as to play.Paul and the Printing Press | Sara Ware Bassett
This is what is called the fine spirit of teamwork by which things get done, both in private and public enterprise.Operation: Outer Space | William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Good teamwork assures two states of mind in the individual which are most helpful for efficient work.
teamwork is of course intimately connected with leadership; and will be frequently mentioned in discussing the latter.
You see them developing the spirit of discipline you have hoped for, and the co-operation in that teamwork which means so much.
British Dictionary definitions for teamwork
the cooperative work done by a team
the ability to work efficiently as a team
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