Since was our second meeting I think it’s fair to say the groups explicit norms are the seating arrangement. It served two purposes: one to let each individual know where to sit week after week and two it helps the individuals get familiar with each other’s names. The only new norm that was implemented was the tossing of the ball when it was ones turn to speak. But, by the end of group that idea was quickly eliminated. I think it’s safe to say the groups implicit norm is starting group by introducing yours...
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...others perspectives: mainly a male’s point of view. This was of importance, being that the group today was formed of 12 individuals; 2 males and 10 females. There was changes in leadership as the topics changed, those that felt more educated on a specific topic chimed in and engage others with enlighten subjects.
At the present time I still getting a feel of the group and it dynamics. I don’t have any suggestions at this present time, but if any do come to mind I will make sure to bring them to the group’s attention. To conclude, I believe the group is doing well, is being able to engage in a topic of choice and give positive feedback those that can benefit for it. I believe we as a group are working on the dynamics and understanding of a T-group itself. Overtime and more session we give us a clearer understanding a help us to develop in areas we are struggling in.
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