Contributing to the Team’s Work Score 24 pts. 20 – 25 pts. Feedback High con

Contributing to the Team’s Work
Score : 24 pts.
20 – 25 pts.
Feedback: High contribution
Interacting with Teammates
Score : 30 pts.
24 – 30 pts.
Feedback: High level of interaction
Keeping the Team on Track
Score : 20 pts.
20 – 25 pts.
Feedback: Highly skilled at keeping on track
Expecting Quality
Score : 15 pts.
12 – 15 pts.
Feedback: High quality expectations
Having Relevant Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Score : 9 pts.
8 – 10 pts.
Feedback: Highly relevant knowledge and skills
Feedback score:
Score : 98 pts.
Range-based Feedback:
84 – 105 pts.
Feedback: Highly effective team member
Source: Adapted from M. W. Ohland, M. L. Loughry, D. J. Woehr, L. G. Bullard, R. M. Felder, C. J. Finelli, R. A. Layton, H. R. Pomeranz, and D. G. Schmucker, “The Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness: Development of a Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale for Self- and Peer Evaluation,” Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2012, pp. 609–630.
Based on the above results write a 1,000-word paper in which you address the following:
Do you agree with your results?
Based on your self-assessment, what do you see as your strengths and weaknesses regarding working on a team?
Have you ever engaged in social loafing while on a team? Why or why not?
How does working effectively on a team give you an advantage in the workplace?
How do groups normally develop?
How does the effectiveness of the team members influence the group’s development process?
References must be professional journal articles or mainstream periodicals with URL.   This assignment can be prepared using either first or third person narrative

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