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Self-Assessment: Are you a team player?
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Activity: Are you a team player?

The source of this scale is: T. J. B. Kline, "The Team Player Inventory: Reliability and Validity of a Measure of Predisposition Towards Organizational Team Working Environments," Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 24 (1999), pp. 102-12.

Some people would like to work in teams for almost everything, whereas other people would like to keep as far away from teams as possible. Most of us fall somewhere in between. This self-assessment estimates the extent to which you are positively predisposed to work in teams.
       Read each statement in this self-assessment and indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with that statement.

I enjoy working on team projects
Team project work easily allows others not to 'pull their weight'
Work that is done as a team is better than the work done individually
I do my best work alone rather than in a team
Team work is overrated in terms of the actual results produced
Working in a team gets me to think more creatively
Teams are used too often when individual work would be more effective
My own work is enhanced when I am in a team situation
My experiences working in team situations have been primarily negative
More solutions or ideas are generated when working in a team situation then when working alone

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