HBSE 5 - Norms, values, and purpose must be established...

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Groups cont… Co-leadership Provides additional support, feedback, objectivity, modeling Must communicate with each other Conflict between leaders can cause problems May need leaders with different points of view Should complement each other; not be too similar or too different Other Roles Scapegoat Deviant Gatekeeper Defensive member Quiet member Monopolizer Summarizer Stages of Group Development Beginnings (Inclusion/Orientation) Provides foundation for later stages
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Unformatted text preview: Norms, values, and purpose must be established Socioemotional theme: inclusion and engagement Task: exchange of information; finding common ground Role of leader: activedefines group purpose Middles(Uncertainty/Exploration) Socioemotional theme: conflict and difference; struggle for power Task: shared expectations; building relationships built on trust and acceptance Role of leader: allow limit testing; recognize differences...
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HBSE 5 - Norms, values, and purpose must be established...

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