Which of the Following Questions Would Not Help a Leader
Which of the following questions would NOT help a leader to determine whether a member is a chronic talker?
A) How long has the member been talking?
B) Is the member preventing others from talking?
C) Does the talkative member like being in the group?
D) Are the members comments aligned with the purpose of the group?
Which of the following is NOT true about the dynamics of sexual feelings between members in a group?
A) Members may stop sharing in group because of sexual dynamics
B) The leader can control these dynamics during the group's meeting time
C) Members may become jealous,angry,or hurt as another member is sharing
D) Sexual feelings may occur anywhere and at any time during the life of the group
When a member begins crying during the session,the leader SHOULD
A) immediately attend to the member before asking if she wants help.
B) open her up further,even if there are only five minutes left in session.
C) suggest that she leave until she can control her crying and talk about it.
D) attempt to determine whether she is in pain or trying to gain sympathy from others.
When leading a group with two mutually hostile members,the leader should do each of the following EXCEPT
A) get the members to like each other.
B) meet privately with each member to identify issues.
C) focus on how the members came to dislike one another.
D) obtain a commitment from each member to work on the issue in group.