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2. What can be a deceptively simple process, too often clouded with opinions. Giving information can also be a very passive exercise. It is important therefore to consider different options, especially those which are more creative.

  • Giving information
  • Attending
  • Responding to feelings
  • None of the above

3. What is the interactional technique?

  • All of the above
  • The fuels used to keep the vehicles running. Essentially the communication within the group which is fundamental if the group is to develop beyond the initial stages.
  • The various vehicles the group uses to travel the road. These are methods used to meet and achieve the aims.
  • The road the group takes to reach its destination. At the broadest level this is the groups overall purpose and direction.

4. What IT can be seen as a specialised way of giving information. This is evident when highlighting to the group its inconsistencies?

  • None of the above
  • Confronting
  • Modelling
  • Rewarding

5. What is letting a group member know that you are paying close attention to what he or she is saying or doing. Attending is a strong form of active listening?

  • Giving information
  • None of the above
  • Attending
  • Responding to feelings

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