Temperament For The Job

5 Organizational Involvement, Teamwork, Roles: integrated vocational involvement and association with others with motivation to work together to achieve group objectives; teamwork cooperation and coordination; integrate one's activities with those of others on a sustained, harmonious, productive basis.

Organizational involvement, teamwork, roles requiring willingness, and talent to integrate one's temperament and activities with those of others on a sustained, cooperative, harmonious, productive teamwork basis. This includes interaction, inter-dependence, coordination, and integration.

High motivation indicates that this person is strongly motivated to be organizationally active with others. Traits which may be included are: gregarious, managerial, benevolent, persuasive, and/or philosophical. Because so many traits could be involved in this rating, and probably are, it is important to read appraisal data to know the motivational levels for each of those traits. Depending on the traits involved, and motivation for each, the full definition of this factor can have a variety of meanings. It probably represents a service activity with organizational loyalty, intentional cooperation with others, and efforts in behalf of others. A high motivation indicates that this person senses and accepts a certain degree of self-assumed responsibility for the good, growth, and gain of others.
Moderate motivation indicates that this person enjoys, and benefits from, being organizationally interactive with others in work or recreational activities. This is attraction toward association and service. A moderate motivation indicates that this person also has considerable social independence. Organizational association with others tends to be on a mutual-interest or mutual-activity basis. If work requires functioning independently of, or apart from others, this person is comfortable with occasional non-social activities.
Low motivation indicates that this person prefers independence from social, vocational, and recreational involvement with others. First priority is given to self and self-interest-with little motivation for organizational involvement, service, teamwork, loyalty, etc. This trait is an asset for work which has little or no direct contact or interaction with others and requires individual initiative and social independence or isolation.