If you've moved from an individual role to a more team-centred position, working as part of a team may at first pose a challenge.
But, there are ways to overcome this problem and learn how to work together in a team.
Consider why you prefer to get work done separately. Usual justifications could be:
Self-confidence and ambition, while good traits, shouldn't come at the expense of a team. A great team needs different characteristics, and it takes a talented leader to create such teams. Ultimately you should trust your colleagues, share responsibilities, and discover creative solutions together.
Research shows that just feeling that you are part of a team makes complex tasks more enjoyable and promotes motivation. Working from home makes collaboration as a team even more critical.
Addressing issues you're passionate about with like-minded people are vital to job satisfaction. Taking advantage of the diversity of experiences and ideas in a team setting can lead to innovative ideas.
You may have difficulty adjusting if you're used to doing everything yourself, but the following can help.
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