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Small Group Facilitation: Improving Process and Performance in Groups and Teams by Judith A. Kolb

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Key Concepts

•   Definitions

•   Values that guide facilitation

•   Ethical guidelines for decision-making groups

•   Specific concerns of facilitators

•   Applying values to practice

Issues related to values and ethics permeate the role of the small group facilitator. A facilitator works for and with a group and, as such, makes decisions that are in the best interest of that group. In this chapter, I discuss values that guide the facilitator role, ethical guidelines for decision-making groups, and specific ethical concerns mentioned by a group of practicing facilitators. Last, I address applying values to practice. First, what is the difference between values and ethics?

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