Difference between effective groups and ineffective groups:
- Independence is used in a positive way, so that goal is achieved by the group that otherwise would not be achievable.
- Goals are clarified and modified so that the best possible match between individual goals and the group’s goals is achieved, goals are structured cooperatively so all members are committed to achieving them.
- Communication is two-way, and the open and accurate expression of both ideas and feelings is emphasized.
- Interdependence is not used Conductivity; the group does not achieve its goals easily or effectively.
- Members accept imposed games; goals are competitively ruptured so that each member strives to outperform the others.
- Communication is one-way and only ideas are expressed; feelings are suppressed or ignored.