CMN 101 Lecture 3 Group Formation

CMN 101 Lecture 3 Group Formation - Similarity...

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Chapter 3: Group Formation
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Why do we join groups? Interpersonal Needs and Goals Group Goals Attraction (Individual and Group)
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Interpersonal Needs and Goals Maslow’s Theory : Needs are arranged in a hierarchy Physiological needs Safety needs Belongingness needs Esteem needs Self-Actualization needs
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1.) Interpersonal Needs and Goals Schutz’s Theory Inclusion Control Affection Cyclical Process
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Individual Goals What are your own goals that exist outside of the group?
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2.) Group Goals Identifiable accomplishments Bringing groups together and tearing them apart… Mutuality of Concern
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3.) Attraction Individual
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Unformatted text preview: Similarity Complementary Proximity Physical Attractiveness Group Activities Goals Membership As time flies by… Tuckman’s Stages Forming Storming Norming Performing Leadership The process by which an individual influences others in ways to help attain group or organizational goals (Bryman, 1996). What Kind of Leader Are You? Directive Participative Supportive Achievement-Oriented Five Bases of Power Legitimate-- elected Referent-- attractive Expert-- knowledge Reward-- rewards behaviors Coercive-- punishment...
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course CMN 101 taught by Professor Aragona during the Winter '09 term at DePaul.

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