My team would rather spend time on things they do well than things they struggle with.
My team seems happiest when they perform tasks on which they know that they won't make any errors.
The things my team enjoys the most are the things that they do best.
The opinions others have about how well my team can do certain things are important to them.
My team feels smart and accomplished when they do something without making any mistakes.
My team does not like to start a task before they are confident they can be successful.
My team likes to work on tasks that they have performed well on in the past.
My team feels smart and accomplished when they can do something better than other teams.
The opportunity to do challenging work is important to my team.
When my team fails to complete a difficult task, they plan to try harder the next time they attempt it.
My team prefers to work on tasks that force them to learn new things.
The opportunity to learn new things is important to my team.
My team does their best when working on a fairly difficult task.
My team works hard to improve past performance.
The opportunity to extend the range of their abilities is important to my team.
When approaching a difficult problem, my team will try different approaches to see which one will work.