The Teamwork Checklist
Definite goals everybody understands – Mostly Yes
Clearly established roles and responsibilities – Mostly Yes
Members who work together very well without problems – Mostly Yes
Well documented guidelines and rules – Mostly Yes
Everybody supports after a consensus is reached – Mostly No
Awareness that they achieved success – Mostly Yes
Trust bases for open communications – Mostly Yes
Continues training and learning of skills – Mostly Yes
Flexible and open minded team members – Mostly Yes
Patient and supportive higher management – Mostly No
Individual member pride in own work – Mostly Yes
Rewards tied to individuals as well as the ...view middle of the document...
Like mentioned earlier, we are only three people. The reward goes to individuals. It makes no sense to give a group rewards if one of the three was not there and the second one was standing there, watching the third one doing the job.
Team Player Attitudes
I am at my best when working alone – 3
I have belonged to clubs and teams since I was a child – 2
It takes far to long to get work accomplished with a group – 5
I like the friendship of working in a group – 5
I would prefer a one person business over a large firm – 2
It is difficult to trust others on key assignments – 4
Encouraging others comes to me natural – 3
I like the variety of ideas in a group – 5
It is fun to share responsibilities with others – 4
A team working together can accomplish more than a single player group – 5
I will often poke fun at my team members – 4
I would give public compliments to team members – 5
In general I would say that I am a good team player. The big problem that I have from time to time is just the fact that I believe that I can do jobs better and faster than others and I have to control myself to let my team develop instead of jumping in and taking care of the situation myself.
Motivation for Service Providers
I have not done like in the book described certain specific services that are out of my norm. I can describe in general...