Facilitating Training Groups: A Guide to Leadership and Verbal Intervention Skills

Synopsis

Most trainers rely on trial and error as the only means of improving facilitation skills. This definitive text furnishes a comprehensive framework for determining the best interventions to use in a given group situation. The trainer is presented with strategies for assisting the individual to establish an attainable goal, develop a strategy for change, and implement and evaluate that strategy during and following the life of the group. Both personal and professional development groups are addressed in the model. Clear descriptions of three primary models--t-groups, personal growth groups, and skills training groups--are provided.

Additional information

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1990

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