At one end of the continuum, a group is referred to as any gathering of people with something in common.

The textbook makes reference to both teams and groups, and the authors state the two exist on a continuum. At one end of the continuum, a group is referred to as any gathering of people with something in common. At the other end of that same continuum, you have a team referring to people who must work together to reach a common goal or outcome.

From your own personal experience, share with classmates a team you have been part of that was close to either end of the continuum and what it felt like to be part of that experience. 200-word minimum.

Weiss, D., Tilin, F., & Morgan, M. (2018). The interprofessional health care team: Leadership and development (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

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