Group Dynamics Training Course Material$79.00 Instantly available, saving you time and effort. Affordable, saving you money. Flexible, for on-site and virtual presentations. Everything you need, slide decks, manuals and guides. 100% customizable, ready for any situation. Brand as your own, just add your logo. Easy to present, no experience required. Group Dynamics Training Course Material quantity Add to cart SKU: GD Category: Employee Courses Description Everything you need Do you know what’s hard about creating a training course on group dynamics from scratch? We’ll answer that: it takes a lot of time and effort. And, do you know what great about our training content? When you use our pre-written content, presenting a training course becomes easy. No long development times. Everything is instantly available and can be branded as your own. What you’ll get 37-page participant manual. 61 powerpoint slides. Practical exercises. Further reading. Course evaluation form. Action plan. Learning objectives If you are struggling to find content to present your own business training course on group dynamics skills, this is the course material for you. And, you don’t have to be an experienced business trainer to get results like a pro. At the end of this training course your participants will be able to: Understand group roles. Identify the phases of group socialization. Understand group cohesiveness. Detail the stages of group development. Understand the various types of communication. Understand the difference between groups and teams. Course overview It’s amazing what you can achieve within a training session when you get the right content. If you’ve ever delivered a successful presentation, you’ll know what we mean. Armed with our Powerpoint presentation slide decks, participant manuals, exercises, and some great expert guides, we’ve managed to pack a lot of great content into a course package that’s practical enough to be easy to present. We’ve broken the content down into 6 key steps. 1. Introduction to group dynamics Want your audience to be inspired by your group dynamics skills training courses? Then, use the course content below to ensure that your presentations are strong, compelling, and practical. We want you to share key areas, to provide practical, awareness-building, and useful content — content that fits what your audience is looking for. To make your presentation stronger, use the content provided to: Present a definition of group dynamics. Explore the different types of groups that can exist in the workplace. Want your audience to also work more cohesively? Start with understanding your audience. Imagine what it is like to be them. Understand what makes them need this course. And, know exactly what stops them from working more cohesively. At that point, you will meet their needs with this content. Share the types of group dynamics that can exist within their workgroups. This will make your audience feel more connected. They’ll generate more awareness. It will show them what to do next, how they can learn more about group dynamics, develop more understanding, and build more practical skills. 2. Focus on performance factors You might think performance factors are challenging to explore. But that’s not true. To help you find that right balance, and still get all of your information across, use the content to discuss group performance factors. These include norms, size, composition, and how factors may help your audience. This allows your audience to better understand group dynamics and feel more connected to the skills required. Next, use the content to highlight: Investigation. Socialization. Maintenance. Resocialization. Remembrance. To foster more engagement, incorporate examples from your own experiences within groups. End this section by exploring the phases of group socialization. 3. Teach your audience about group cohesiveness When people talk about group cohesiveness, they often refer to teamwork, communication, or even leadership. You can dive deeper and deeper into the material, and share the factors and consequences of group cohesiveness. 4. How you can make group communication easier Behind every successful group is great communication, and sharing this benefit makes the course more interesting. Don’t want to sound obvious? Start by focusing on the different types of communication that can exist within groups. Add an element of personal experiences to your presentation. You’ve probably have heard this before. But, it’s important. Because it helps you form connections with your audience. And it makes your courses more unique from other training courses. 5. Understanding the main stages of team development To improve your presentation, use the content to outline teambuilding skills and the stages of team development. A clear discussion of forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning helps you connect with your audience and stay on topic. This also ensures that you get recognized by your audience for your expertize. What’s more, a good discussion on these areas will demonstrate that you are there to help them. And, this generates better levels of audience participation. 6. Focus on management team roles Want to keep your audience connected to the content? Start with putting yourself into the minds of your audience, and consider how you’re encouraging them to focus on management team roles. Inspire your audience by using the course material provided to: Explore Belbin’s management team roles. Encourage your audience to share their experiences and opportunities for improvement. By doing this, you entice your audience to better understand team-building and teamwork. And, it’s the detail that often makes the most significant difference in their awareness levels. 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How do you explain the importance of group dynamics? What is a group process? What are the two types of group behaviour? What is the concept of group dynamics? What are the characteristics of group dynamics? What are the 5 roles of an effective team? What our customers say Oak continually attends to the needs of various businesses and either creates or adjusts training modules on a variety of topics to be self-contained, practical, and easy to use. And they stand behind every product with personal service. Rey Carr – Peer Resources I would like to take this opportunity to express my learning experience for Oak Innovation. I really enjoyed the way, methodology, and contents of the course. The course contents are enriched with practical exercises, examples, problem-solving models, and key definitions. It also puts flash on further reading, materials, and books to be consulted for in-depth exposure of the subject topic. Hence I strongly recommend this course to the professionals of various sectors of the industries because it will enable and upgrade them from the ordinary level of skills to breakthrough level of skills. Professionals can enjoy cost-effective management training solutions in their industry. Farhan Majeed Country Consultant GIIM-Pakistan Explore more testimonials Limited time offer Get access to training content for 50+ courses, 100% customizable and instantly available. Free updates for life. See course list here $4,108.00 $1,040.00Add to cart Frequently asked questions What is a group? If you take only one aspect away to improve group dynamics, it is that there is no one simple definition of what a group is. Here is a collection of some interesting descriptions. A group is a: Selection of individuals who are interacting with one another. Social unit consisting of two or more persons who perceive themselves as belonging to a group. Selection of interdependent individuals. Gathering of individuals who join together to achieve a goal. Collection of individuals who are trying to satisfy some need through their joint association. Collection of individuals whose interactions are structured by a set of roles or norms. Selection of individuals who influence each other. What types of group dynamics exist within organizations? Remember always that there can be many types of groups within organizations. And, sometimes, there can even be groups within groups. Here are some of the different kinds of groups that can exist: Task groups. Interest groups. Reference groups. Command groups. Friendship groups. Functional groups. What are the five phases of group socialization? Maximizing the phases of group socialization can leave a lasting impact. Here are the five main stages: Investigation. Socialization. Maintenance. Resocialization. Remembrance. What are the main characteristics of effective teams? If you’re looking to develop effective teams, it’s increasingly important to understand the main components of these teams. Here are the main features of effective teams: Membership. Performance goals. Collaboration. Shared values. Identification. Interaction. Interdependency. What are the five main stages of group development? Once you have a clear picture of the type of team you want to create in your mind, you need to understand the five main stages of team development. These are: Forming. Storming. Norming. Performing. Adjourning. What are the four dimensions of relational work? The four dimensions of relational work are: Influence. Interpersonal facilitation. Relational creativity. Team leadership. What can cause poor group dynamics? Here are the most crucial points to keep in mind when working with groups: Poor leadership. Poor communication. Groupthink. Fear of appraisal. Group members indifference to leadership. Blocking. Can I edit these materials? Yes. 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