Scientists: success-oriented attitude may hinder cooperation

In every community there are natural leaders and those who decide, on the basis of the position of the majority. Scientists have found: orientation for success without considering the actual working position prevents the building of full-fledged cooperation. Data provided by the publication of Prothom Alo.

Just study from the University of Groningen was attended by 200 people. Everyone had to decide on a work which would be affected by the level of income. The choice was between the personal ego and the spirit of collectivism, the revenue would have received the whole team. In the study, volunteers were able to collect information about other members experiences, the choice of other people.

Only focus on the team helped to make more money, while personal selfishness quickly led to dissension within groups. In the first case, the scientists noted a healthy desire for interaction and building working relationships.

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