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When an organization builds a team environment, it can lead to organizational success as departmental goals are aligned with overall corporate goals, but there must be a level of trust among employees and managers in order to do so, says Lisa Orndorff, manager of employee relations and engagement for the Society of Human Resource Management. Trust builds a foundation that helps team members understand each other’s strengths and weaknesses. As the team comes together and plays upon those strengths, members can use their talents in a way that works toward a common goal.

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