Discovering the Leader Within: Running Small Groups Successfully

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Acada Books, 1997 - Business & Economics - 168 pages
-- Selected for The Executive Program Book Club
-- Practical, application orientation helps anyone active in groups in their professional or personal lives
-- Skills necessary to participate more effectively in any group are developed throughout the book
-- Powerful communication ideas presented in understandable terms
-- Provocative end-of-chapter exercises provide practice in newly learned concepts
-- Honest, engaging, and friendly style makes the book accessible to all reading levels
-- Based on theoretical foundation yet emphasizes application of skills
-- Personal growth and development encouraged while working with group members
-- Enhances understanding of group process
-- Explores personal growth and development while working with group members
-- Improves speaking and listening skills
-- Shows innovative ways to make decisions and solve problems
-- Builds cohesive and supportive atmosphere
-- Presents strategies for dealing with conflict
-- Strengthens enthusiasm to facilitate and lead groups
-- Exercises to practice communication skills that help the group achieve its goals
-- Index for easy reference

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Contents

TWO Discovering Yourself
17
THREE Speaking Clearly
31
FOUR Listening for Understanding
47
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About the author (1997)

Randy Fujishin is a Speech Communications professor as West Valley College.

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