Teamwork is the ability to understand the team and goal. If we have this skill, we can effectively allocate our roles.
For example, I was the team leader of a project this semester and the first task I completed was to identify what the professor expected from us. Then, I identified the strengths of each team member, decided what tasks needed to be accomplished, and informed them. At the end, I checked whether there were any omissions based on the professor’s evaluation criteria table. As a result, we were able to produce accurate results that fit the professor’s guidelines.
When I am given a big project with my future company, I will be able to bring out the strengths of my colleagues and mediate conflicts to produce the best results through the above process.