Usually in CV one would write how collaborative he is and how he appreciates a team work. At least, this is what most companies want to find in a candidate.
In my own CV I would like to point out politely, that while I'm willing to work in a team, I would prefer to receive tasks to be completed on my own. I already know this is possible at the workplace I'm going to send this version of my CV to.
My primary language is Italian but the CV is requested to be in English, hence I kindly ask you if there is a standard form to express my intentions. Here a draft of what I'm writing:
Social skills: Several team working experiences. Collaborative, but I would express the best of my ability when working on activities for which I'm the only one involved.
Is this acceptable? - both for grammar and politeness? I'm not sure if I need to say some other details, and which ones.
Just to clarify a bit the scenario, after your comments. Perhaps I didn't use the correct word, but please don't confuse a team with colleagues.
In my thoughts a team is a group of few people that work together on the very same project for a long time. For example, a group of developers that write a software, or several workers that wire an electrical panel, etc...
Instead of course I will meet and will work with colleagues, but in my experience is a very different thing. Anyway, I removed that sentence from my CV.
About the "Social skill" section, I found it in several examples of "Europass CV".