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- Phoenix Anderson
- Shares ideas openly with fellow team members. Displays nonverbal signs of frustration, disinterest, or contempt towards working with others on the team. Sits idly in team meetings. Completes the tasks needed. Reviews all work before submitting it to the team to ensure it is of top quality. Encourages team to check work for errors. Figures out how to do the math for assigned problems. Unable to complete basic tasks because he/she is struggling to understand the material. Encourages the team members to stay on the tasks. Sets goals and checkpoints to help the team.
- Chase Davis
- Consistently meets the expectations of the assignment. Generates new ideas to improve the team's assignment that the rest of the team had not thought of. Questions things to ensure that processes are the best they can be. Applies previous knowledge of computer programs to tasks. Ensures that things get done by asking if each member understands the tasks that they need to accomplish. Finds a way to get the team back on track regardless of what else is occurring. Shares ideas openly with fellow team members. Displays a negative attitude towards anything that the team does.
- Harley Lewis
- Actively listens to others' opinions and ideas of how things should be done. Is often combative when own ideas are not adopted. Reminds team of deadlines to help encourage the completion of tasks. Does not follow up with team members about tasking to ensure understanding. Invests time to ensure the team is doing the job well. Makes statements indicating a greater concern for just getting done rather than ensuring a quality job. Does not try to learn the skills needed to complete the task. Figures out how to do the math for assigned problems. Effectively completes tasks, no matter what. Consistently meets the expectations of the assignment.