Making groups effective
Newly revised edition of the classic 1982 work, draws on the latest research to show how groups can function more effectively to achieve the full potential of group work. For leaders and group supervisors as well as members of teams, boards, task forces, and other groups Offers a clear vision of what makes groups work.This recently revised edition of the classic 1982 work focuses on the business priorities of the '90s to offer a clear vision of what makes groups work. Draws on the latest research to show leaders, group supervisor and team members how groups should function in order to reach their full potential.
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Creating a Strong Group
Making Group Decisions
Leading Productive Group Discussions
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