Team Building: Use these sample phrases to craft meaningful performance evaluations, drive change and motivate your workforce.
Team Building represents various types of activities used to enhance social relations and define roles within the different teams at the workplace.
Team Building: Exceeds Expectations Phrases
- Puts the team first by putting personal problems aside and handling professional ones first
- Always willing to coach others and is available to demonstrate learning to the team
- Extremely well mannered, treating everyone with the dignity and respect they deserve
- Have no difficulty at all working along with others in the organization
- Treats every suggestion or request from any staff or management equally
- Creates an environment of open communication and trust among the employees and management
- Share achievements of the projects with the rest of the team
- Approach conflict very logically and rationally not allowing emotions to crowd the mind
- Encourages and motivates the right behavior when providing all with feedback
- Gives credit where it is due to anyone without showing any favoritism
Team Building: Meets Expectations Phrases
- Manages relationships with co-workers and management in a professional manner
- Contributes to the success of the team on a regular basis
- Completes the tasks given to teams without getting concerned who gets the credit
- Understands well how to help others in times of need without asking for anything in return
- Attracts others by his ability to work well with any team
- Great at working and understanding the team dynamics that are beneficial to the business
- Manages others by making all his relationships with staff and management professional
- Always volunteers whenever large projects that need many hands come knocking
- Always willing to help his fellow workmates complete their projects on time
- Never concerned about personal gain but always works with the group success in mind
Team Building: Needs Improvement Phrases
- Quickly gets distracted with other tasks that are not important or urgent
- Acts alone in most projects without involving others or engaging the team
- Takes personal opinion very seriously and does not accommodate anybody's opinion
- Shy away from assignments that require group efforts and does not show up for group discussions
- Craves and fights for personal recognition more than the entire team's appreciation
- Domineers others by putting people off and misjudging others? contributions
- Discourages others from sharing their ideas and moves on with personal opinion
- Highly inconsistent and cannot be relied upon by fellow workmates to assist in the project
- Does not understand how to share tasks with others equally
- Works well with the team only when heading a project but doesn't help others with their projects.
Team Building: Self Evaluation Questions
- Are you a team player or a mere observer? What do you need to change?
- Where do you fit in the team work? What is your particular role in that team?
- Do you cooperate with others in your group to lead, follow, contribute, advice or you just watch?
- Should you take a more active role and contribute more to your future teamwork?
- What is your personality? Does it hinder or encourage you to participate?
- Do you offer good group work and successful management equally to everyone or do you show favoritism?
- Do you easily cooperate with others when asked to or do you follow your own ideas without submission?
- How effectively did you work together with others on this project?
- What is one specific lesson you learned from your team that you could not learn by working alone?
- What is the one particular lesson the team learned from you that they did not have before?