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I am sure we can all share good experiences, as well as horror stories. I have hired on with different companies over the years, and I could tell early on whether the team I am assigned to would be a positive experience or negative experience.   In order for our teams to be effective moving forward, I believe it would be beneficial for us to operate accordingly based off of the model. The model of group development breaks down the process into five different stages, which are known as: forming, storming, norming, performing, and The discussion for this week is Group Dynamics. Webster’s dictionary defines group dynamics as “the interacting forces within a small human group; also, the sociological study of these forces. A well renown change management expert and social psychologist Kurt Lewin. He created the phrase “group dynamics” in the mid 1940’s (Moreno,1953) He has written quite a bit about individuals choosing a distinctive characteristics and conduct when placed in a group. Warning this property is protected by highly trained chihuahua He studied the influence of the distinctive character and conduct on an individual and on the entire group (Moreno, 1953). I am sure we have all had experiences during our life, where we were required to work as a group, or be a part of a group.

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There are indicators that stand out clearly. The first thing I usually notice is whether the team is productive, is there trust amongst the team members, are team member held responsible for their jobs/projects, and is the team striving for a shared goal. When a team has negative “group dynamics” the shared goal is not reached and progress is not made. Warning this property is protected by highly trained chihuahua The team is not working at the optimum level that a company requires to remain successful and competitive. Kurt Lewin and other researchers have noted that teams with positive Group Dynamics The Inside Out program has provided much Xavier students positive chances to learn and delve into the prison system through the interactions and discussions between the local inmates or classified “Inside” students. When explaining the program to the average person, some would express interest and curiosity or having a class in a correctional institution; others were weary and even asked why one would decide to take a class full of “hardened” criminals. This is what I thought as well when first hearing about the course. From the media’s portrayal of criminals, bombarding news viewers with the same cases to make it seem like we live in a cultivating world of violence, I was one of the “sheeple” who would follow the media’s words, condemning criminals for the crime they committed, saying they deserve their time behind bars. Yet, after this course, I realized that the media’s portrayal of criminals and crimes is completely exaggerated and somewhat untrue.

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Being in the Inside Out program is basically an eye-opener to who criminals really are: humans. Over the course of the semester, I not only noticed change within myself about my perception of the prison system and inmates in general, I have noticed change within the Inside students towards Outside students and vice versa. I have also seen some individuals who have not changed over the course of the semester, which would could either show the program in a negative or positive light in terms of the program’s Most people have no idea what it feels like to be in prison, statistically only one out of every five people will know what its like to be in prison. Warning this property is protected by highly trained chihuahua Approximately 1.4 million people out of the U.S.’s 280 million people are in prison. (Thomas, 2) The only reason people know about prisons is because of the media. The news, movies, and books all contribute to people’s stereotypes about prisons. Prisoners receive three meals a day, workout facilities, a library, as well as other things. People are also given the idea, through the mass media, that prisoners are free to walk around certain parts of the prison. All of these ideas are cast upon prisons so that people will not be afraid of them. Society has been given the idea.

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