T-Group or sensitivity training

Sensitivity training uses small numbers of trainees, usually fewer than 12 in a group. They meet with a passive trainer and gain insight into their own and other’s behavior. Meetings have no agenda, are held away from workplaces, and questions deal with the “here and now” of the group processes. The objective of sensitivity training are to provide the participants with increased awareness of their own behavior and how others perceive them-greater sensitivity to the behavior of other’s and increased understanding of group processes. Specific results sought include increased ability to empathies with other’s improved listening skills, greater openness, increased tolerance of individual differences and increased conflict resolution skills. The limitation about this training is that it has only temporary effect on the participants.

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