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How to Work with Someone Who Isn’t a Team Player

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Do you work with someone who isn’t a team player? Maybe they’re overly focused on completing and promoting their own work, or they don’t chip in when everyone else is scrambling to meet a deadline or pulling a presentation together. This isn’t simply frustrating; it can affect your entire group’s performance. How do you work with this person in a way that doesn’t make you resentful? And how can you encourage them to think more about the team?

How to Work with Someone Who Isn't a Team Player

Do you work with someone who isn't a team player? This isn't simply frustrating; it can affect your entire group's performance. There are a few things you can do to try to encourage the person to think more about the team. Start by approaching your colleague with friendly questions, rather than accusations.

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