Characteristics of Effective Team Members
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This checklist, is excerpted from the Education Leadership Toolkit, contains six statements regarding characteristics that make effective team members.
- Team members are supportive to achieve the results.
- Team members avoid "winning" or looking good at the expense of others.
- Team members keep the goal and the mission in mind.
- Team members are open to the ideas of others.
- Team members share information and ideas.
- Team members support the contribution of others.
Source: Education Leadership Toolkit, a project from the National School Boards Foundation under a grant from the National Science Foundation
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