Group Leadership Skills

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Contents
Preface to the Fourth Editionix
Acknowledgmentsxi
1. INTRODUCTION TO GROUP WORK1
Groups Are Important1
The Group and Systems Theory2
Types of Groups3
Concerns of All Group Leaders8
Qualities of an Effective Group Leader9
Effective and Ineffective Groups12
Ways of Learning About Group function13
Simulated Exercises16
2. BASIC GROUP CONCEPTS AND PROCESS21
Group Process Theories and Research21
Group Content and Process26
Tension and Anxiety in the Group28
Group Conflict32
Group Apathy50
Norms and Cohesiveness51
Themes53
Simulated Exercises54
3. WORKING TO ACHIEVE GROUP GOALS62
Phases of Group Movement62
Decision Making and Problem Solving66
Leadership Skills72
Team Building and Cohesiveness75
Planned Change81
Simulated Exercises91

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