Something happens when you work with other people on a team. The common experience does something to make a group of individuals closer. Learning about how each person reacts in certain situations helps create a place of safety that can begin to feel like home. Great teams capitalize on this and leverage their relationships toward the accomplishment of the team’s goals. Ordinary teams allow the relationships to become the team goal and, as a result, they accomplish little over time. Bad teams never really gel into a common unit and they survive on surface level relationships.