Resources: Group Skills – identifying strategies

Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

This is a short sample from a training module in group and team working.

Groups of people form, storm, norm, perform and, usually, adjourn. But how do you know when your group is at this stage and what do you do about it? This helps you identify where your group is at then asks you about strategies for dealing with different behavioural states. Group Skills – Self and Group-working Assessment tool.

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