The importance of remaining self-aware in groups
The Importance of Remaining Self-Aware in Groups
Next week you will learn about group facilitation, so it is important to reflect on self-awareness broadly, and specifically in group settings.
- Reflect on your level of self-awareness and on the character and nature of your self-awareness.
- How has your self-awareness informed and influenced what you have learned in this course so far?
- What can you do to improve in this area?
Share your reflections and ideas in a journal entry consisting of 600 words.
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