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Subject:Team player From:Mr Smith <techwritermw -at- altavista -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:2 Feb 2000 07:03:52 -0800
At my previous consulting job, the term "Team Player" was only trotted out when people accused you of NOT being one. If you didn't want to do things exactly their way and according to their rules, you weren't a "Team Player."
Bring up an alternative way to do things? "You aren't being a Team Player."