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"A new survey of more than 1,100 American office workers [https://front.com/blog/how-to-build-a-high-performing-team] provides clues. The survey, from Ignite80, a learning and development company, finds that high-performing teams are more likely to joke around, use GIFs and emojis in digital messaging, tease their teammates, and swear around coworkers than low-performing teams."

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