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Interactive and coactive groups

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mark mccondichie

on 18 May 2014

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Transcript of Interactive and coactive groups

Group Dynamics

“Mumbai really relied on its overseas players and the Highveld Lions played as a team. As the old cliche goes, a champion team will always beat a team of champions,”
David Hussey

What is a group?
A group can be described
as comprising of 3 or more
People waiting at a bus stop
A crowd of supporters at
a match
Cannot constitute a group – although they are there for a common reason, they are almost certainly not interacting with each other!
Undoubtedly some interaction! But do not all share the same objectives, do not have interpersonal relationships nor will they all have the same

Definition of a group:

“two or more individuals interacting with each other – or connected to each other via social relationships – often with a common objective.”

According to Carron, a group will only form a ‘bond’ if the following characteristics are in place.
A collective identity
A sense of shared purpose
A clear structure of communication

Identify 3 groups in sport
and 3 collections of people
that are not groups
Stages of Group Development
Individuals come together and try and find out about each other. They try to get to know and understand what theirs and others roles are within the group. (Ice breaking)
Individual members or cliques within the group may begin openly to question certain formal power structures/tactics and very often challenge the status of the leader. Open hostility and stress may result as members compete for power/positions in the team.
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