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GROUP DYNAMICS Rob Bakx InfoMil – Twinning Advisor. GROUP DYNAMICS. Parallel phase Inclusion phase Mutuality phase Departure phase Central themes: AUTHORITY and I N TIMACY. GROUP DYNAMICS. Parallel phase. Can I trust the leader? Safety Prerequisite: make contact

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GROUP DYNAMICS

  • Parallel phase
  • Inclusion phase
  • Mutuality phase
  • Departure phase
  • Central themes: AUTHORITY and INTIMACY
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GROUP DYNAMICS

Parallel phase

  • Can I trust the leader? Safety
  • Prerequisite: make contact
  • Build up authority, then give it away
  • Balance it – not too fast
  • Time your input: final remark counts
  • Set the rules and live up to them
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GROUP DYNAMICS

Inclusion phase

  • Get rid of your central position
  • Increase of intimacy
  • Mutual group relations increase (pairs,
  • sub groups)
  • Different opinions, conflicts, scape goats
  • Informal leaders, hidden discontent
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GROUP DYNAMICS

Inclusion phase

  • Conflicts are normal: in this phase stayed tuned on content
  • Informal leader: - use to provoke discussion
          • - let him show all
          • - compliments and tips to him
          • - too smart? Take apart – continue?
  • Boss want to join: don’t!
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GROUP DYNAMICS

Mutuality phase

  • Ideal group: all group members mutually
  • involved
  • Easy to always give each other feedback
  • Feedback is taken serious
  • Trainer guides the process, no more
  • teacher
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GROUP DYNAMICS

Departure phase

  • Group gradually falls apart
  • Trainer’s role as in beginning
  • Your task to shape the goodbye
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BUILDING UP AUTHORITY

  • First little attack on authority
  • Intimacy is still low – don’t involve the group
  • Set the informal rules (coffee, telephones, whispering)
  • Create safety
  • Remain warm, curious, interested
  • Don’t defend yourself, don’t argue
  • Don’t ask participants for opinion too fast
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BUILDING UP AUTHORITY

  • Wait for silence at the start – “force them”
  • Let your first sentences be fluent
  • Be convinced of your program
  • Dear to bluff a little; your program will answer their questions
  • Spot what everybody has to learn, helps you to focus
  • Use flipchart/sheet - clarifies your message
  • Let them learn something essential before first break
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BUILDING UP INTIMACY

  • Let people do something – small exercise
  • Switch on the humor button
  • Set up of the room – make that everybody sees the others
  • Build up group work (step by step)
  • Let people react on each other
  • Preserve mutual respect
  • Stay in charge
  • Be open about yourself