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It is a known fact that teamwork is an important parameter when you join a company or department. Here you will have to deal with subordinates, bosses, and associates and may have to work across domains in teams, in general or for specific objectives. The interviewer loves people who show traits of good team-workers. They can have a good idea from the projects and positions you have operated in from your resume, and may like to further question you to know how you fare at this skill level. Questions could be asked during the interview to see if you are and have been a good team worker. The interviewer may be interested to know:
  • If you are/were a positive contributor to your team(s) on accomplishing the goals of the team.
  • If you could pitch in to help other members of the team.
  • If it is possible for you to build a network of a good working relationships in a work group.
  • How can you recognize the need to get buy–in and support from decision makers?
  • About your ability to utilize team members’ with unique capabilities and differences to maximum results.
  • How you had participated and encouraged sharing amongst team members?
  1. Accepts partial responsibility for team performance. [↔]
  2. Act reactively to resolve team problems. [↔]
  3. Allows some team issues to go unresolved. [↔]
  4. Always goes out of the way to help team members in order to achieve set targets and deadlines. [↑]
  5. Blames others for poor performance. [↓]
  6. Builds networks across the organization. 
  7. Contributes to team ineffectiveness. [↓]
  8. Contributes to the team for maximizing results. 
  9. Develops networks across the organization on the basis of need for delivering results. [↔]
  10. Does not exhibit any key behaviour. 
  11. Initiates team building and conflict resolution. 
  12. Lends support to team members if specifically asked to do so. [↔]
  13. Makes no effort to increase effectiveness of team. [↓]
  14. Offers no suggestion for improvement. [↔]
  15. Often helps employees on self-initiative to meet deadlines. 
  16. Persistently works to solve team issues. [↑]
  17. Prefers to work independently. [↓]
  18. Proactively builds networks across departments throughout the organization to achieve results. [↑]
  19. Proactively shares information in a timely manner. 
  20. Provides information on a need basis. [↔]
  21. Sees team members as assists and constantly seeks to develop them. [↑]
  22. Shows clear evidence of effective action to improve poor team performance. [↑]
  23. Shows evidence of avoidance. [↓]
  24. Shows no evidence of any attempt to improve poor team performance. [↓]
  25. Takes responsibility for team performance. [↑]
  26. Tries to take action to improve poor team performance. 

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