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How Those Who Eat Together, Work Together

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Teamwork requires effective cooperation, which is why team-building exercises are so popular in the world of business. When people learn to understand and appreciate each other, they also collaborate more efficiently. If you’ve ever joined a sports team with a group of total strangers, you’ll know that it’s difficult to perform well because you lack knowledge of each person’s strengths and behavioral patterns. If you…

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Erman Misirlisoy, PhD

Erman Misirlisoy, PhD

Neuroscientist writing about brains, behavior, & health. Sign up for my free newsletter on the science of well-being: erman.substack.com

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