Everyone loves a team player. They're the people willing to offer their individual skills and talents to achieve a collective goal. They're not into throwing people under the bus or back-biting. They see the big picture and seek to fulfill the bottom line while also letting their specific contribution be recognized.
There are certain qualities that every team player embodies, and <a href="http://madamenoire.com/26402/8-qualities-of-a-great-team-player/" target="_blank"><strong>Madame Noire</strong></a> takes a look at eight of those. See whether you hold these traits, and if you don't, learn how you can develop them.
<strong>Be committed.</strong> It is absolutely essential for you to be fully committed to meeting your responsibilities and the overall mission of projects.
<strong>Be competent.</strong> Oftentimes, teams fail to meet their objectives and targets, because one or more of the team members are not competent enough relative to their tasks.
<strong>Be dependable.</strong> Are you dependable, especially when the clock is running out?
<strong>Be enthusiastic.</strong> Are you a source of positive energy for your team? Positive team members are contagious.
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