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HUMAN RELATIONS AND GROUP
DYNAMICS.
Definition, Principles and
Concepts.
HUMAN RELATIONS
• We have already gone thru’ the concept of
Human Relation.
• Hence we will move onto GROUP
DYNAMICS .
DEFINITION OF GROUP
DYNAMICS
• Group Dynamics :- The POWER to influence
prescribing behavior.
• The branch of social psych...
DEFINITION OF GROUP
DYNAMICS
• The psychological aspect or conduct of an
interpersonal relationship. This is the study of
...
DEFINITION OF GROUP
DYNAMICS
• The study of the underlying features of
group behavior such as group motives and
attitudes....
CONCEPT OF GROUP
DYNAMICS
• At its most basic level, a group usually has two major goals:
..........1. To get things done
...
PRINCIPLES OF
GROUP DYNAMICS
• Group dynamics is an important theory that can enable
members to adopt the right approach o...
PRINCIPLES OF
GROUP DYNAMICS
• In order to be called a group, an aggregation of person must satisfy the
following conditio...
PRINCIPLES OF
GROUP DYNAMICS
• As a group / collection of individuals have to
accept the norms and values perceive that, a...
EFFECTIVE
GROUP DYNAMICS
• People trust each other
• Feelings are expressed freely
• Process issues as part of the work
• ...
HOW GROUP DIFFERS FROM
TEAM?
• A group is a collection of individuals operating
within the constraints of mutually accepte...
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  1. 1. HUMAN RELATIONS AND GROUP DYNAMICS. Definition, Principles and Concepts.
  2. 2. HUMAN RELATIONS • We have already gone thru’ the concept of Human Relation. • Hence we will move onto GROUP DYNAMICS .
  3. 3. DEFINITION OF GROUP DYNAMICS • Group Dynamics :- The POWER to influence prescribing behavior. • The branch of social psychology that studies the psychodynamics of interaction in social groups. • Group dynamics is the study of groups, and also a general term for group processes. Relevant to the fields of psychology, sociology, and communication studies, a group is two or more individuals who are connected to each other by social relationships.
  4. 4. DEFINITION OF GROUP DYNAMICS • The psychological aspect or conduct of an interpersonal relationship. This is the study of the interaction between people with a common objective in a closed environment. Group Dynamics refers to the interactive nature of individuals within the contexts of a group. These interactions between individuals within the group are distinctly different than in one-on- one interactions. Group Dynamics also refers to the study of the nature of groups.
  5. 5. DEFINITION OF GROUP DYNAMICS • The study of the underlying features of group behavior such as group motives and attitudes. Group dynamics is concerned with the characteristics of groups which change rather than those which are stable. • Group Dynamics is the study of the development and structure of small social interest groups.
  6. 6. CONCEPT OF GROUP DYNAMICS • At its most basic level, a group usually has two major goals: ..........1. To get things done ..........2. To get along as a group • To be a successful group, you need both of these things. If you don’t get much done but have a great time partying, then you’re an awesome bunch of friends but you’ll never organize anything. On the other hand, if you get a lot done but are always really formal and polite, or secretly hate each other, it won’t be long before you’re burnt out and sick of being part of this group, no matter how much you accomplish. • How your group is structured and how it functions will play a key role in your eventual success or failure. Think critically about your organization and discuss it as a group – what’s working and what isn’t? What could you do to address these issues? How can you build a stronger organization that’s more effective?
  7. 7. PRINCIPLES OF GROUP DYNAMICS • Group dynamics is an important theory that can enable members to adopt the right approach of interacting with others. People work in groups quite frequently and in many different areas of their life e.g. at work, school/college, sport, hobbies. • Groups can be of two types: informal groups and formal groups. Informal groups are a collection of people seeking and sharing emotional traits. Formal groups on the other hand are a set of people created to do something productive.
  8. 8. PRINCIPLES OF GROUP DYNAMICS • In order to be called a group, an aggregation of person must satisfy the following conditions: • People must interact with one another • People must be psychologically aware of one another • People should perceive themselves to be a group • If the interaction among the people is not sufficient, then they cannot be called a group. They should be aware of one another and perceive the existence as group. Therefore, people sitting in a cinema hall and people waiting for a bus stop will not qualify as group. However, a family is treated as a group as it satisfies all the conditions to the large extent. • Any functional group with the common objective, aim shared values, purpose and mission qualifies as a TEAM. • T————Together E————Everyone A————Achieves M————More
  9. 9. PRINCIPLES OF GROUP DYNAMICS • As a group / collection of individuals have to accept the norms and values perceive that, as regards their occupation or profession. • Principle of Group in the simple version is Gathering of Individual, who share goals and are interdependent. They have to communicate with each other over a period of time and where the number of members is small enough for the communication to be face to face.
  10. 10. EFFECTIVE GROUP DYNAMICS • People trust each other • Feelings are expressed freely • Process issues as part of the work • Commitment is high • Conflict is worked through • Decisions are by consensus • Listening is high • Objectives are common to all.
  11. 11. HOW GROUP DIFFERS FROM TEAM? • A group is a collection of individuals operating within the constraints of mutually accepted norms and values and are interdependent in the sense that an event that affects one member is likely to affect all others. • A Team is a small group engaged upon a specific task for which group members have a clearly define role and in which each member has a vested interest in success. Teams are composed of people. People have egos and needs.

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