These are ingredients of the facility's group dynamics
When counselors show campers that they are valued, the opportunity to manage group dynamics
ERIC Descriptors: Campuses; Focus Groups; Postsecondary Education; Institutional Characteristics; Partnerships in Education; Interviews; Case Studies; Primary Sources; Resource Materials; Business Communication; Group Dynamics
; Guidelines; Best Practices
The consultant often assisted counselors by observing a group for an extended period of time and giving feedback on group dynamics
. After the observation period, the consultant, counselor, and, at times, unit leader would meet to review the feedback and brainstorm possible interventions for the group.
The first is in psychology and the social sciences, called group dynamics
, that examines how people behave in small groups.
He covers basic concepts, dealing with the other victims, crisis resolution indicators, group dynamics
, and hostage issues.
Building on divergent previous research, including intergroup salience and acceptance research and group dynamics
research, this paper posits the importance of examining individuals' positive or negative group interaction behaviors and attitudes not just as individual factors, but as systemic patterns among factors such as critical thinking, moral, resilience, and self-efficacy development.
Safety is important, but the leader who dominates every decision destroys confidence and group dynamics
, setting up sure failure later.
It covers foundations, including the theory related to leadership, group dynamics
, types of groups, theories of counseling and psychotherapy in terms of working with groups, and reasons to do group work; practical skills for putting a group together, making it engaging, running it, and ending it; and specialized populations, including different age groups and groups for addictions, serious and persistent mental health concerns, issues related to criminality and violence, and grief and bereavement, as well as self-care and burnout avoidance.
Focusing on common approaches and techniques, she explains consultation skills training; the recruitment and training of these patients; writing scenarios and briefs; managing the session, including group dynamics
, communication, consultation sessions, and feedback; and additional uses in examinations and recruitment interviews.
ERIC Descriptors: Advisory Committees; Nonprofit Organizations; Partnerships in Education; Postsecondary Education; Change Strategies; Group Dynamics
; Institutional Cooperation; Cooperative Programs; Institutional Characteristics; Performance Factors; Educational Policy; Best Practices; Educational Change; Organizational Change
* understanding group dynamics
and facilitating cooperation and trust among participants