I'm an excellent team player.
All the staff were really helpful when I joined the farm a couple of months ago.
He always gets on well with his colleagues.
He sounds pretty hard to get along with.
We are fed up with him.
A: How did your interview go?
B: Pretty well. I don't know if I'll get the promotion or not, but I feel good about it.
A: If you get the promotion, what will your new title be?
B: If I get the promotion, I will be a senior engineer instead of an assistant engineer.
A: Who interviewed you？
B: My boss.
A: What kind of questions did she ask you?
B: She asked me about my ability to work in a team and what I thought a good boss should be.
A: The second one sounds rather difficult to answer. What did you tell her?
B: I told her that I'm an excellent team player and a good boss should treat male and female employees equally.
A: Those are good answers. How did she react?
B: She told me that even when I become a senior engineer, I'll have to work with the assistant engineers as a team.
A: What do you think about her as a boss?
B: She's pretty easy to get along with. She listens to her employees and treats everyone equally.
A: You're lucky. Not everyone has such a great boss.
B: That's true. She's highly esteemed among everyone at my company.