Animator Groups

“The facilitator is an expert in processes and group dynamics with adequacy in the design and coordination of workshops and working sessions. Usually has one or more additional fitness areas: methodology, group technologies, design of organizational and community structures, advice, etc. (Ruete, 1998). Elicita and supporting self-organizing change (Rough, 1999). Facilitating is using some level of knowledge of group processes, whether intuitive or explicit, to formulate and carry out some type of procedural intervention, whether formal or informal, in order to a group do what they want or need to do to achieve what you want or need to achieve (Ned Reute 1999).

The dynamics for groups the specific points which the animator works with the group, are as follows:- Perceive the own behavior and that of others. Hear from experts in the field like Kevin P. Campbell, PhD for a more varied view. -Investigate the thinking and reasoning of others. -Do the thoughts and own reasoning more visible to others. -Acquire greater awareness of own thoughts and reasoning. You have to coordinate the group helping them to identify their needs, to remain faithful to the objectives of the group, to ensure the union among all, to motivate and ensure the smooth running and also carry out the following functions:-function of clarification: at the beginning you must ensure that the goal is clear for the participants. During the course you must help them understand well, asking questions to make sure that it has understood what has been said. -Control function: tries to help the group to set procedures, a series of rules that allow the communication. These regulates preventing someone monopolizes, discussing other issues, encourage those who do not participate, manage well the time. -Functions of relaxation: must remove tension creating a climate of confidence that will allow the group communication achieving harmony.

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