…it is easier to affect deeply the personality of 10 people if they can be melted into a group than to affect the personality of any one individual treated separately (my bolding) (Lewin, 1943, 1999, p334).”


Robert Crosby working at a flip chart during a T-group workshop

As described in Chapter 9, the Connecticut workshop gave birth to the T-group—a group process where the group members openly assess their own behavior and that of the other group members, including the leaders, and the group dynamics as the process unfolds. Lewin and his associates immediately began visualizing an evolution of that experience. ...

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