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Inspirational Teamwork Video – 3 Lessons

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Inspirational Teamwork Video

Inspirational Teamwork Comes to the Rescue

I just ran across this inspiring video that highlights a caring side to  teamwork. Though you may not initially define the crowd in this video as a team, they quickly become one as they come to the aid of this disabled man. This inspirational teamwork video teaches us three things:

1. There are times on teams that others need our help. The crowd came to the rescue of this disabled man in the video turning what could have been an embarrassing moment into a treasured moment.

2. Not everyone on the team is perfect. It is the diversity of team members that makes teams great and creates the magic. In this inspirational teamwork video the crowd overlooks this man’s mistakes and makes the decision instead to appreciate his diverse efforts by singing with him and applauding. Notice that once they join in, his nervousness goes away and he is able to finish his performance.

3. Teamwork is inspirational! Even when the purpose initially isn’t to work as a team, when people are willing to work together they can accomplish inspiring things.

What other things in this video can you think of that help us understand teamwork better? Please comment below. Thanks!

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  • Deb Hunt January 10, 2012, 12:43 pm

    Thanks, Mike, for sharing this inspirational video. It really does take a village and is a good lesson for us all to not judge, but rather to pitch in and help out.

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  • Mike Rogers January 10, 2012, 8:50 pm

    You are welcome Deb. I am glad you enjoyed it. All of us must pitch in, it is our obligation as human beings. What a great example of human nature with a large group at its best.

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  • Md. Eakub Ahmed February 27, 2012, 12:08 pm

    Good post, an informative one.
    A very commonly used elaboration of the term TEAM is “Together Everyone Achieves More”. That means the sum total of volume & quality of individual output is less than the collective team output contributed by same number of people working for the same goal.
    The more people practice team working, more the output will be multiplied by tens. To me, Effective Teamwork is the Solution .

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  • Pamela Cournoyer March 13, 2013, 12:18 pm

    Mike, LOVED this one, tears are still streaming. Passing this one on too!

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  • Ara Ohanian July 1, 2013, 3:20 am

    There is too much chest-beating and machismo in talk about teamwork and leadership. In my experience, what you have shared here is completely right. Teams perform best when they support each other. In the 2012 Olympics, Great Britain didn’t win, it came third with 65 medals. The whole country celebrated because it punched above its weight. And each team member celebrated too. Even though – get this – most of them failed. The team had 541 members but thanks to supporting each other, they made themselves and their country proud.

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