read Chapter 8, Working Stage of a Group in the Corey, Corey, and Corey (2018) text, and the corresponding sections of the Groups in Action: Evolution and Challenges workbook (Corey, Corey, & Haynes, 2014). Also view all of the videos (17-21) in 1st Program, Segment 4, The Working Stage of the Group.
Meet with your partner in Keiser Live for one hour. Record your entire session. Your room is open and available, with Moderator access and the ability to record. The rooms are designated by name
With your partner, discuss the following questions:
1. How does the group in the videos demonstrate that it is in the working stage vs. the transition stage? Give at least two examples from the videos to support your opinion.
2. Is the group in the videos a productive (working. group, or a nonworking group? Give at least two examples from the videos to support your opinion.
3. Critique the group leaders, and give one example of an effective intervention, and one example of an intervention that could be improved.