Sei un buon Team Player ?

Ho trovato in rete un questionario che misura 24 punti di forza  del comportamento di una persona importanti nel lavoro in team.

Il test è stato realizzato da persone esperte e competenti e per avere valore scientifico deve essere fatto  in un ambiente controllato con il supporto di uno specialista. Fatto on-line suggerisce aspetti importanti nel lavoro di team e pone domande stimolanti.

Qui il test (purtroppo richiede una breve registrazione, pegno per la serietà della cosa) :  http://www.authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu/tests/SameAnswers_t.aspx?id=270 (e qui l'elenco dei test disponibili)

Ecco in sintesi i 24 punti di forza che misura:

Perspective [wisdom]
Being able to provide wise counsel to others; having ways of looking at the world that make sense to oneself and to other people

Persistence [perseverance, industriousness]
Finishing what one starts; persisting in a course of action in spite of obstacles; "getting it out out the door"; taking pleasure in completing tasks

Integrity [authenticity, honesty]
Speaking the truth but more broadly presenting oneself in a genuine way; being without pretense; taking responsibility for one's feelings and actions

Kindness [generosity, nurturance, care, compassion, altruistic love, "niceness"]
Doing favors and good deeds for others; helping them; taking care of them Kindness and generosity

Citizenship [social responsibility, loyalty, teamwork]
Working well as member of a group or team; being loyal to the group; doing one's share

Fairness
Treating all people the same according to notions of fairness and justice; not letting personal feelings bias decisions about others; giving everyone a fair chance

Leadership
Encouraging a group of which one is a member to get things done and at the same time maintain good relations within the group; organizing group activities and seeing that they happen

Humility/Modesty
Letting one's accomplishments speak for themselves; not seeking the spotlight; not regarding one's self as more special than one is

Prudence
Being careful about one's choices; not taking undue risks; not saying or doing things that might later be regretted

Self-regulation [self-control]
Regulating what one feels and does; being disciplined; controlling one's appetites and emotions

Gratitude
Being aware of and thankful for the good things that happen; taking time to express thanks

Curiosity [interest, novelty-seeking, openness to experience]
Taking an interest in all of ongoing experience for its own sake; finding subjects and topics fascinating; exploring and discovering

Love of Learning
Mastering new skills, topics, and bodies of knowledge, whether on one's own or formally; obviously related to the strength of curiosity but goes beyond it to describe the tendency to add systematically to what one knows

Bravery [valor]
Not shrinking from threat, challenge, difficulty, or pain; speaking up for what is right even if there is opposition; acting on convictions even if unpopular; includes physical bravery but is not limited to it

Hope [optimism, future-mindedness, future orientation]
Expecting the best in the future and working to achieve it; believing that a good future is something that can be brought about

Creativity [originality, ingenuity]
Thinking of novel and productive ways to do things; includes artistic achievement but is not limited to it

Vitality [zest, enthusiasm, vigor, energy]
Approaching life with excitement and energy; not doing things halfway or halfheartedly; living life as an adventure; feeling alive and activated

Social Intelligence [emotional intelligence, personal intelligence]
Being aware of the motives and feelings of other people and oneself; knowing what to do to fit in to different social situations; knowing what makes other people tick Social intelligence

Forgiveness and mercy
Forgiving those who have done wrong; giving people a second chance; not being vengeful

Open-mindedness [judgment, critical thinking]
Thinking things through and examining them from all sides; not jumping to conclusions; being able to change one's mind in light of evidence; weighing all evidence fairly

Love
Valuing close relations with others, in particular those in which sharing and caring are reciprocated; being close to people

Humor [playfulness]
Liking to laugh and tease; bringing smiles to other people; seeing the light side; making (not necessarily telling) jokes

Appreciation of beauty and excellence [awe, wonder, elevation]
Noticing and appreciating beauty, excellence, and/or skilled performance in all domains of life, from nature to art to mathematics to science to everyday experience

Spirituality [religiousness, faith, purpose]
Having coherent beliefs about the higher purpose and meaning of the universe; knowing where one fits within the larger scheme; having beliefs about the meaning of life that shape conduct and provide comfort


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