Teamwork

Being concerned about and actively contributing to the success of your groups - whether work, family, or community.

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Identity

As the famous saying goes, "birds of a feather flock together", meaning those with similar interests and values tend to do things together. This could not be more true for those high in teamwork. Working with others towards a common good fills these people with a sense of purpose and loyalty to their group. This civic responsibility often extends to acts such as voting or dedicating their efforts to environmental initiatives. To them, working for the success of the group is more important than only working for their own gains.

When they see others experiencing difficulties or inequalities in society, their first instinct is to help. These people feel a deep responsibility to improve the world, and they believe that everyone should dedicate their time to improve it as well for future generations. This selfless desire to improve their community comes from their loyalty and patriotism for their homeland.

Love

Teamwork in relationships is all about give and take. For people high in teamwork, a relationship is not about two people meeting their individual needs, but rather working together to improve it. People who score high on teamwork are more likely to put their partner first and readily compromise in situations of conflict.

For these people, part of the fun of relationships is sharing and working towards a common goal — a journey they can go on together.

Work

Caution

Conflict

Happiness

Gone are the days where asking for help is looked down upon. Working in a group can actually reduce stress and decrease the probability of burnouts, as the workload and responsibilities are divided. You don't have to go through stress alone, relying on teammates for support, motivation, or guidance can elevate your mood.

Happiness

Gone are the days where asking for help is looked down upon. Working in a group can actually reduce stress and decrease the probability of burnouts, as the workload and responsibilities are divided. You don't have to go through stress alone, relying on teammates for support, motivation, or guidance can elevate your mood.

Intellect

Interests

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Strength

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Research

Low Scorers

While some birds flock together, others prefer going at it alone. Those who score low in teamwork are likely less to be trusting of others and don't feel that they belong to a group. Focusing on their own success, they pay little mind to the goals of the collective.

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