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Group Cohesiveness

  • By: Craig D. Parks
  • In: Encyclopedia of Leadership
  • Edited by: George R. Goethals, Georgia J. Sorenson & James MacGregor Burns
  • Subject:Leadership

Group cohesiveness refers to the interpersonal dynamics that exist among group members. Specifically, cohesiveness describes the general sense of community within the group, including attraction (in the platonic rather than romantic sense) of each group member to the others in the ...

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