Teamwork Skills Performance Review Example Phrases
Most of the roles I have worked in have teamwork as a foundation. The projects and tasks are completed and accounted for as a team – so the individual performance is just part of the overall team performance – teamwork skills are crucial. You may work in an environment like this – where teamwork skills are held so high up that it is a core element of the individual’s performance.
In this section, you will learn positive and negative phrases which you can use to evaluate an employee’s teamwork skills.
Bill has a great willingness to help his fellow teammates.
Jenny always helps out to achieve the goals of the group.
We’ve always been impressed with Jack’s ability to work well with others, but this year, he has really shined in this area. Jack’s one of those team members you would love to have on your team.
Our company is composed of many teams and Bill’s ability to work with and understand the team dynamics has been beneficial to the firm.
Paul works well with others.
Harry manages his relationships with his coworkers, managers, and employees in a professional manner.
Tom contributes to the success of the team on a regular basis.
Ben isn’t concerned about who gets the credit, just that the task gets accomplished.
It’s nice to see how Holly isn’t concerned about herself and continually contributes to the success of those around her.
Mary is a team player and understands how to help others in times of need.
Whenever a large project comes in, Tom is always one of the first to volunteer to help to get the job done.
Peter is the consummate team player.
Tim focuses on self improvement and advancement to the detriment of other members of his team. Tim should assist others on the team more frequently.
Jim is not a team player.
Bill does not assist his teammates as required.
Thomas is very individualistic and does not grasp all of the elements of teamwork.
Ryan holds on to too much and does not delegate to his team effectively.
Bryan focuses on getting his own work accomplished, but does not take the time to help those members of his team who are struggling to keep up.
Walter is inconsistent in supporting his teammates.
Peter was very good at teamwork when he was just a member of the team, now that he is in a supervisory role, Peter has lost much of those teamwork skills.
Esther focuses her team on accomplishing individual tasks without thinking about what could be accomplished if the team worked more cohesively together.
Lyle works with the team well when his own projects are coming due and he needs help, but once those are accomplished, he does not frequently help others on their projects.
Ollie does not understand how to share tasks with others.
Paul relies on his own knowledge and abilities without asking others for help and their expertise.
Manny is a team player most of the time, but frequently we have problems with his follow through when other teammates need help.
Brian is inner focused and does not think about the needs of those around him.
Fred seems more intent on accomplishing his tasks rather than assisting others who might need help.
Frank needs continual reminders to help out others around him.
Andrea comes from a very individual focused work environment to a team focused one and has struggled to adjust.
Norman doesn’t fully grasp how to utilize his teammates to accomplish goals, but instead continually complains that no one will help him.