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Sometimes treated others disrespectfully or did not

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to assimilate within the group. Sometimes treated others disrespectfully or did not share the workload fairly. .79 to 0 points Contributions .99 Point Consistently provided useful ideas and suggestions while providing a healthy degree of push back to avoid the “groupthink” phenomenon during the meeting. Welcomed and receptive to constructive criticism from others and adjusted performance accordingly. Consistently demonstrated willingness to compromise for the greater good, but not to the point of jeopardizing outcomes. 1 to .90 points Mostly provided useful ideas and suggestions during the meeting. Mostly receptive to constructive criticism from others and adjusted performance accordingly. Occasionally willing to make compromises for the greater good, but not to the point of jeopardizing outcomes. .89 to .80 points Seldom provided useful ideas and suggestions during the meeting. Unreceptive to constructive criticism, engaging in “defensive posturing” and lashing out behaviors. Reluctant to make compromises for the greater good even though it may jeopardize outcomes.
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