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Synonyms for group

Synonyms for group

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a group of people sharing an interest, activity, or achievement

to distribute into groups according to kinds

Synonyms for group

(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule

a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse

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In its essence, the T-Group tasks its members to be more emotionally intelligent--and through protracted practice and feedback, leads to the changes that need to be made.
In this schema, we assume a T-Group comprised of six participants, with a second group (the B's) seated as observers in the outer circle.
Appendix 3 T-Group Simulation Examples of Leader Interventions
T-Group participants (the inner circle) are told that they have 10 minutes to interact with each other.
The observing coaches (the outer circle) are instructed to observe every aspect of their assigned participant's actions while in the T-Group circle.
While it is entirely possible for a T-Group to run for 10 minutes without a leader interruption and intervention, it is rare that 10 minutes will pass without one or more opportunities for the leader to intervene with helpful, in-the-moment observations, suggestions and questions.
Triangulation in T-Group conversations is common--talking about rather than to the person who is affecting you.
Discussion: T-Groups are frustrating encounters and they often get the blame (along with the T-Group leader) for unresolved conflict that arises from the T-Group interactions.
There are endless variations on common themes of dialog emanating from T-Group training.