In This Chapter
Managing the group
Dealing with individuals
Controlling the process
It’s all too easy to get group work slightly wrong – not disastrously wrong, but just enough that it doesn’t quite work out. This chapter lists ten common mistakes that you just don’t need to make. Go through the list and see which ones apply to you.
If you fail to set group work up well by forgetting to clarify expectations, timings and ground rules, you’re facing a bunch of risks. When this happens, participants can
To avoid trouble like this, you have to go through a contracting process by setting ground rules and parameters with the group as you start; it’s way too late to try and do it half way through and by then the group ...