During the initial stage of the group process, group members become familiar with the leader and their fellow members. Together, the leader and the participating members confirm the group goals and begin to practice behaviors that will facilitate meeting those goals. In the transition stage, the group prepares to engage in a deeper level of work. This transition requires group members to engage in self-disclosure, to become vulnerable, and to display mutual respect. Group members might display a variety of problematic or challenging behaviors that might include verbal attacks of leaders and defensive and reluctant behaviors which can be uncomfortable for leaders and members. In addition, roles begin to emerge among group members during this stage.To lead the group effectively, leaders must understand what types of challenges to expect and know how to address them so the group can move onto the working stage of the group process. For this Discussion, explore the challenges of the transition stage and consider strategies you may use as a group leader to address the challenges. For this Discussion, view the media Group Work: Leading in the Here and Now: Part II: Transition and Flight in the Learning Resources. Note the characteristics of the group during the transition stage and the strategies the leader uses to facilitate the group.With these thoughts in mind:Post by Day 3 a brief description of the group interactions you observed. Explain what interaction or difficult behavior might be the most challenging for you as a group leader at this stage, and explain what strategy you might use to address it.Respond by Day 5 to at least one colleagues post in one of the following ways.State whether you might also be challenged by the type of interaction or difficult behavior your colleague described and why. Suggest an alternative strategy for addressing the challenging interaction or difficult behavior your colleague described, providing a rationale for your suggestion. If a post already has two responses, you must choose another post.Return to topDiscussion 2: Therapeutic FactorsEveryone encounters conflict. You might be able to recall a situation in which you worked through a conflict with a family member, friend, or coworker. How might you describe your experience with conflict resolution? How did this process change you as a person and affect the relationship you addressed?Yalom identifies therapeutic factors that help facilitate change in the group process. These factors are critical in the transition stage as they help the group members work through conflict and problematic behaviors. For this Discussion, consider the benefit of working through ambiguity and conflict and how Yaloms therapeutic factors impact the group process.With these thoughts in mind:Post by Day 4 an explanation of the benefit of working through ambiguity and conflict in group work. Explain how
During the initial stage of the group process, group members become familiar with the leader and their fellow members.
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