Your group skills appraisal


Last Published  01 August 2012

We spend a lot of time in meetings and group discussions. They are often very important - decisions made, priorities determined, work allocated and relationships affected. Sometimes, however, when being given information about group skills, it can be difficult to know how much of it applies to you. The tool can therefore help participants tailor their learning goals - and help you save time teaching group skills.

Tool aim
  • To help participants discover a lot about group skills and identify their priorities for their own improvement.