Teamwork - Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Basic
Administration Time - 30 min
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Scoring Options hand icon
Language English
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The Teamwork – KSA Test is a self-scoring, paper-and-pencil inventory that measures the likelihood of success of individuals in a team setting. It can be used for selection and for promotion/training purposes. It should be used in conjunction with other pre-employment screening procedures such as interviews and reference checks. The Teamwork – KSA Test is easy to administer to groups or individuals. This instrument is an inexpensive and highly reliable way to pre-screen applicants.

The Teamwork – KSA Test measures applicants on the following scales:

Conflict Resolution
Uses the art of negotiation as well as constructive, civil and not personally threatening communication.

Collaborative Problem-Solving
Taking more initiative and becoming more involved in solving team problems while considering the contributions of other team members.

Mutual respect, appropriate and timely sharing of information and the genuine solicitation of other’s feedback and opinions.

Goal Setting & Performance Management
Defines mission or purpose, selects appropriate level of goal difficulty and obtains goal acceptance.

Planning & Task Coordination
Capacity to plan, coordinate, integrate and sequence tasks and information.

Interpretation Skills
Capacity to observe and interpret the behaviours and needs of others.

Self-Management Skills
Ability to manage one’s own time and responsibilities effectively.

Teamwork-KSA Total Score
A composite overall score.

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