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    The Group dynamics within our group ‘Team Instinct’ varies from day to day. Depending on what type of mood we are all in, our group seems to take on different group roles or tasks without even realizing it. Some days our group can work very well with a plethora of us being initiators and coordinators, while the rest turn more towards being the recorders and instigators. The next day the roles and tasks could be flipped, and some of us could be doing the opposite job of which we did yesterday. This is one of the things that the group does well. We are all able to take on a certain role and, perpetuate to work towards the goal at hand. This term, though, we needed to better suit ourselves into the roles given and take responsibility for what…

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    Within any group, there are various factors or forces that directly or indirectly affected the operation and performance of that group. In order for leaders to adopt the right approach to interacting with groups and their members, they need to understand group dynamics. Group dynamics deals with the attitudes and behavioural patterns of a group. Group dynamics concern how groups are formed, what is their structure and which processes are followed in their functioning. Thus, it is concerned with…

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    Group Dynamics Analysis Due to the fact that group work helps academic achievement, skilled communication and psychological health (Learning Together), a high-performing group work acts an important role in academic success for a class as a whole, it is benefit for individual lifelong success as well. Knowing the group dynamics lays the foundation of more effective group work. In this paper, I will analyze some of our group activities we had in our Real Change Learning Community, to get a…

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    to the team. Positive group dynamics are affected by personality, power, and the behaviours of group members. The “forming” stage of team development begins when members become acquainted as team members. They begin to share ideas and feelings, while relying on a leader to guide them. The “storming” stage involves members figuring out how each person fits into the team. They may become impatient and argue; members may use stress management and communication skills to work…

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    Group Dynamics Communication, cohesion, culture, and social integration are all a part of the group dynamic. Communication involves a selective perception, non-verbal messages, and feedback. A few methods of group interaction methods are maypole, round robin, hot seat, and free floating. Communication is an important factor, but it can be extremely difficult. Members communicate for the purpose of understanding, but communication patterns can change for many different reasons. Cohesion is…

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    Week 2 Application Assignment: Group Dynamics and Group Stages In 1965, Bruce Tuckman developed one of the most influential models of “the developmental stages in a small group” (Bonebright, 2010, p. 111). It is a four stage model in which each stage needed to be completed in order to reach optimum group functioning. These stages were dubbed “forming”, “storming”, “norming”, “performing”. Later in 1977, he and Mary Ann Conover Jensen added “adjourning” as a fifth stage in his model…

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    A group is two or more interacting and interdependent individuals who come together to achieve specific goals. Bruce W. Tuckman’s description of the stages of group development is the most predominant and widely recognized model describing the way people work together and presents a “simple means of discussing and exploring team dynamics” (Bonebright 2010). This paper provides a reflection of my work team; a group whose members work together on a specific, common goal using individual and…

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    In this assignment, I will be combining my knowledge of emotional resilience and intelligence, as well as relation based practice. I will explore these factors using my own experiences along with my understanding of "self". I will elaborate by providing personal experiences of group work then the roles within this. By demonstrating my ability to work with others I will provide an understanding of the challenges and values group work can provide. Edith Grotberg developed a definition of…

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    resources to close the gap between the current situation and what she hopes to achieve (Huber, 2014). To establish effective communication, Olivia will analyze the team’s functioning and use this information to develop strategies to improve performance (Pollard & Wild, 2014). Nurse Witte will facilitate the interdisciplinary team meetings by carefully listening and controlling the direction of the meetings toward goal attainment (Huber, 2014). What Mode of Communication Should Nurse Witte…

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    Dual Relationships and Their Effects on Group Counseling with the Addicted Population The American Counseling Association (ACA) lays out a substantive and encompassing groundwork in terms of ethical guidelines for practicing counselors in their Code of Ethics. Many areas are addressed, including confidentiality, personal values, issues related to diversity and multicultural competence, just to name a few. As a future counselor, who is himself in recovery from addiction, one of the ethical…

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