I found this question, and my first reflex was to add the following comment:
Hello Marcin, and welcome to StackExchange PM! This discussion would definitely be interesting to have. However, StackExchange websites are focused on questions and answers. That is, we need precise, practical questions that can have one definite answer: this is not a forum. Please have a look at our FAQ to get some more details about what is a good question, and what would better be discussed on some forum. You could then perhaps reformulate your question to be more specific, so that we can find a good answer to it :)
…which I instantly withdrew, as I am not totally sure about whether the community considers it as a list- or discussion-style topic, or if it is fine.
My main problem with it is that there is absolutely no way to answer it globally: depending on the project type, team type, team size etc, the answers will change completely. To me, that is too broad.
However, it could be that, by combining answers, we reach a final classification of values per project… Seems quite unlikely to me, but it could also become a flagship question.
So: should we close this question or upvote it?
For reference, the original question:
I am wondering what you value the most in members of your teams? What are the most desired traits?