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How do Groups form:

Forming
Storming
Norming
Performing

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  • 1. Taking Part: Taking Power Forming a Campaign Group
  • 2. Forming a Campaign Group
    • How do Groups form:
    • Forming Storming
    • Norming Performing
  • 3. Forming a Campaign Group
    • Forming
    • People might be nervous - not sure
    • what to expect
    • Purpose of group is not clear
    • Look to chairperson to lead group
    • Group takes time to gel together
  • 4. Forming a Campaign Group
    • Storming
    • May be power struggles
    • May be lots of disagreements
    • May be ‘splinter groups’ forming
    • There is a need to focus on the goals - what does the group want to achieve?
  • 5. Forming a Campaign Group
    • Norming
    • Big decisions are made by group
    • agreement
    • Commitment and unity is strong
    • Respect for leader or Chairperson
    • Roles and responsibilities are clear.
    • Everyone is starting to work well together
  • 6. Forming a Campaign Group
    • Performing
    • Group very clear what it is doing
    • Disagreements occur but are
    • sorted out by discussion.
    • Group works towards it’s goal.
    • Group members look after each
    • other
  • 7. Forming a Campaign Group
    • Role of chairperson
    • Sticking to agenda
    • Listening
    • Supporting people to speak
    • Helping people reach agreement
    • Need to be assertive and confident
  • 8. Forming a Campaign Group
    • Things to think about:
    • Why do you want to campaign on
    • this issue?
    • What do you want to happen?
    • Who else might be
    • interested in this issue?
  • 9. Forming a Campaign Group
    • Things to think about:
    • How do you get other people
    • involved ?
    • First meeting of the group - how do you organise it?
    • What do you want to discuss?
    • Set the agenda