Group Leadership and Conflict Summary

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Running head: GROUP LEADERSHIP AND CONFLICT SUMMARY 1 Group Leadership and Conflict Summary Private Soc/110 August 1st, 2016 Richard Wagner
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GROUP LEADERSHIP AND CONFLICT SUMMARY 2 Group Leadership and Conflict Summary Engaging in a group environment is not an easy task. It requires cohesion, enhanced listening skills, a high flow of communication along with some patience. Patience, in a humble way of perception, is probably the most important. Anyone can exercise communication, listening but patience is a real virtue. This project required a simple analysis within the assigned group D and asked to analyze the major differences and similarities of this group along with the two other videos’ constructive and destructive behavior identified. In teamwork’s setting, every member has a different perspective that must be examined and approached cautiously and with respect. Working in a team is an experience that requires multiple skills. Within the learning group D's group interaction, the intent of the discussion was absent from three of the five members of the group and only two of us participated. Although it was clearly stated that participation was an important part of the overall grade of the project by the professor, a substantial number of members failed to participate and engage in the conversation. One of the participating members, however, imparted ideas that both contrasted and reflected her perception with regards to the “ planning a playground ” meeting video. Our teamwork completely collapsed because the majority of members did not seem to care nor participate. According to an online publication from the State of Wisconsin, members who fail to engage in team conversations may have a lack of communication skills, the absence of human relation skills, or some resentment towards the rest of the members (Wisconsin State University, 2016). The facts could explain the reason for the lack of contribution. I believe that the biggest strategy to begin making a difference in a group environment is enhanced communication. From the discussion held between participating member Janice Delgado and me, about 90% of our overall perception of the meeting notes was similar. The difference between Delgado’s and I was the fact that she believed David acted as a mediator
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