The Pros And Cons Of Group Leaders

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Many would believe that a group leader should only facilitate groups pertaining to issues they have been trained in. This would not be an outrageous assumption but one point that must be remembered is that experience and training come from a base point. You cannot gain experience in something we never encounter. You must comfortable with going outside of our comfort box and putting yourself in a place for learning. Group leaders must be able to receive criticism and be open to self-examination if they hope to become competent and ethical leaders (Corey, et al., 2015). Accepting to facilitate a group that has a goal or group that you are not familiar with is not unethical. It would be unethical to go blindly into the group and not prepare. Preparation

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