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INTERVENTIONS IN GROUPS

Methods for Facilitating Team Development

David R. Seibold

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA–SANTA BARBARA

Renee A. Meyers

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, AT MILWAUKEE

Situating Our (Team) Work

In the course of the past three decades, working alone and together, we have devoted an average of a day per week working with some 100 organizations in the private and public sectors, at more than 150 of their sites, and with at least 4000 persons from nearly 50 countries. These engagements involved many different activities (e.g., facilitating small and large group meetings and retreats, training, coaching, conducting formative and summative evaluation studies, and process consultations), including three methods for team development interventions ...

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