PREVIEW OF FACILITATE GROUPS
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Leaders that effectively facilitate groups know that business happens through groups of people more often than it does through explicit individual contribution. They know that by definition being the leader means being the leader over many people so they expect to spend the majority of their time being the lead voice and director in group situations. They avoid the trap of thinking that being the leader in these situations means being the key speaker and problem solver. Instead of seeing themselves as the key player they see their role more as a coach or conductor. Their goal is to harness the power that comes when groups of people come together to get them to talk, work together, and make amazing things happen...
PSYCHOMETRIC 360 QUESTIONS
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