Liberty University Group Dynamics Therapeutic Leadership & Group Familiarity EssaySchool


Liberty University Group Dynamics Therapeutic Leadership & Group Familiarity EssaySchool

Liberty University

Question Description

Steps to complete this process:

Please read every essay question carefully before answering to make sure you have acquired the necessary experience/knowledge/skills needed to meet the stated learning outcome.

Pay particular attention to how you attained knowledge, reflected on this knowledge acquisition, and then applied this knowledge to help address new challenges.

You must provide examples and relevant documentation (certificates of completion, letters of recommendation, training records, etc.) to support your accumulation, reflection and application of this knowledge.

All answers should be presented as an original work of the student and represent college-level writing. All essay answers will be run through Safe Assign to check for plagiarism.

In order for you to receive approval for credit, each essay question should be answered in its entirety. In order to increase your chances of approval, please be thorough in your answers.

Each question contains an opportunity to attach one supporting document, but the last question gives you opportunity to attach additional documents at once.

Please Label each response and provide relevant reference under each response. I do not need a full reference page. Provide in-text citation when necessary, APA style (peer review journal article dated within 5 years). Please incorporate my work experiences as listed on resume and my trainings in each response. Refer to the grading rubic that is attached to verify that all requirements are met.

Portfolio for Group Dynamic

This course involves the study of human beings in relationship to other persons, singularly and in groups. The course explores-in theory and through in-class exercises – the real-life application of various aspects of group dynamics including (but not limited to) leadership, motivation, perception, power, and decision-making.

One of the goals of formalized training is to provide students with information and training and to have them apply this learning both inside and outside the traditional classroom environment. Through your life experience, you have essentially completed the same process, but in reverse. Keep this in mind as you answer the following question for each learning outcome.

  1. Examine how group dynamics, processes, and therapeutic aspects are cultivated and experienced within various group contexts.
  2. Demonstrate familiarity with different types of groups, including their formation, structure, function, power distribution, and member motivation.
  3. Critically evaluate the effectiveness of various leadership styles, activities, and techniques in different types of groups.
  4. Apply best practices, ethical guidelines, and biblical principles to group leadership.