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Why do you enjoy being a part of a team?
There are certain things I can`t do alone. Managerial decision, staff management, promotional activities all should be done through a team. Without a team my office job would be impossible.
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User: Do you enjoy being a part of a team? Please explain your answer.

User: Why do you enjoy being a part of a team?



Weegy: There are certain things I can`t do alone. Managerial decision, staff management, promotional activities all should be done through a team. Without a team my office job would be impossible.
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