Intervention Skills

Process Consultation for Small Groups and Teams

Media Information:

Categories: Book Collection.
Author(s): Reddy (W. Brendan).
Publication Dates: 1994.
Publisher(s): Pfeiffer.
Subject(s): Group relations training, Small groups, and Teams in the workplace.
Format(s): Hardcover.

Copies in the Resource Center:

  • HM 134 .R43 1994
  • Summary:

    Finally, a functional guide that focuses on putting the concept of group-process consultation into actual practice! You’ll learn how and under what circumstances a process consultant should intervene to make a group’s work more effective. Plus, this guide shows you how to help groups identify, diagnose, and resolve problems as they occur!

    This handbook helps you: Determine the appropriate type and depth of an intervention Realize the competencies required of the group-process consultant View the role, future, and ethical considerations of group-process consultation You’ll get many real-world examples of how to make critical group concepts work. And you’ll get responses to commonly asked questions from working group-process consultants. Intervention Skills is a much-needed guide for the professional consultant, as well as a useful resource for anyone who plays a role in the workings of a small group.

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