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Published on November 2, 2016

Author: Lohith_hrd

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1. Social Groups Work in Medium Phase: Jc Lohith Shetty PGDPM, MSW, MBA, NET Asst Professor St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Trainer – Junior Chamber International President - 2014, JCI Mangalore Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

2. ● Statutory Instructions: ● This is not a study material & only a teaching aid. ● There is constant changes made to this teaching material & those changes are not updated in Slide Share. ● This slide is prepared as teaching aid only, so it can be understood & interpreted rightly only after attending my classes. Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

3. Characteristics of Groups Work in Medium Phase: Role of Worker 1. Purposeful and warm professional relationship between worker and members. 2. Improved relationship between members. 3. Importance of good leadership is observed. 4. Verbal communication. 5. Non verbal communication effect the group activity. 6. Group dynamics are observed in medium stage. Interaction - Leadership Role - Isolation Bond - Scape goat Sub-groups - Decision making Conflict 7. Programmes are planned and implemented 8. Transference may be observed with the members 9. Social group worker need to use the skills of counter- transference in case of transference 10. Purposeful choice and creation of environment is observed. Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

4. Knowledge and Skills needed for Group Facilitation: I. Communication skills: - Clarity - Use of language - Politeness - Generating healthy communication - Communicate your feelings - Openness - Use of various communication medias II. Observation skills - Body language – nonverbal communication - Dynamics – Interpretation of observation Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

5. Knowledge and Skills needed for Group Facilitation: III. Establishing purposeful relationship IV. Empathetic skills V. Skill of analyzing group situation VI. Skills of programme planning, implementation and evaluation VII. Problem solving skills VIII. Active listening IX. Evaluation skills X. Conflict resolution skills XI. Skill in identifying and developing leaders XII. Motivational skills XIII. Training skills XIV. Reporting skills XVI. Constant updating of skills Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

6. Various techniques in SGW A. Techniques of conducting initial interview – focus on the problem – identify members – expectations – good settings – setting POA. B. Techniques of rapport building - Ice breaking – technique of brain storming – technique of group sharing – meeting techniques C. Programme media – techniques of written communication – lecture method – techniques of group discussion – using audio – visual D. Play techniques E. Evaluation techniques F. Report writing Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

7. Programme: Definition Trecker “Programme in social group work means anything and every thing that the group does to satisfy its interests”. It is a process where worker understands the needs and the background objectives of the functions of agency and helps the group members achieve it through various programmes in the group. It is a range of activities which should relate to human needs. Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

8. Programme planning and development: Advantages 1. It is a process where worker understands the needs and the background objectives of the functions of agency and helps the group members achieve it through various programmes in the group. 2. It is a range of activities which should relate to human needs. 3. Relationship, fostering development and problem solving. 4. Interaction, providing support care and information. 5. Communication, empowering knowledge, information, activities and decision making. 6. Programme content becomes the tool in group work to achieve the goals. 7. It is a medium of the development which should be planned and finalised coupling to the basic needs and interests of the groups. Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

9. Programme planning and development: Advantages 8. Members can understand their behaviour which helps to a) Change b) Modify behaviour c) Deep coping ability d) Be more competent e) Be more co-operative f) Better communication 9. Increase the awareness of resources 10. Facilitate group participation 11. Ventilation of emotions 12. Growth and development of industry 13. Realization of no roles and better functioning 14. Individual and group diagnosis Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

10. Components of planning programme: A. Content and Area: Fly life, social problems o Relevance o Priority o General interest o Area learning B. Medium: How to implement o Intrinsic media – use of resources within group o Budget – Out side resource utilization o Innovative style C. Methodology of implementation: o Series of actions planned o List out the activities o Arrange them in series o Keep supporting materials ready o Delegation of task o Time table o Learning matrix Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

11. Principles: of Report Writing I. Participation need to be encouraged – by rewards & recognition II. Leadership should be encouraged III. Committees need to be made for special programmes IV. Activities should be programme centred V. Programmes shall be planned with collective consent VI. Defining rules and regulations for participation is important VII. Setting bench marks or criteria for programme evaluation need to be formed during planning VIII.Programme matrix and training matrix help to keep programmes in track and specific to goal. IX. Recognition of members participation encourage participation Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

12. Role of worker in Prog Plng: 1) Helping the members to plan the programme 2) Discovering and developing interests 3) Using environment and limitations 4) Arranging meetings and advising 5) Analyzing and recording 6) Teaching and leading 7) Help in planning agenda 8) Conflict resolution 9) Helping ends to gain skills 10)Helping members to lead 11)Decision making 12)Mobilizing resources 13)Mentor Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

13. Role of worker in Prog Plng: (Factors to be taken into consideration) a) Culture and tradition of the community b) Need and interests of the group and group members c) Resources that are available d) Focused on the aims and objectives of group and agency e) Openness to all members Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

14. Steps in Programme Planning: ❑Discussion ❑Collective decision ❑Implementation ❑Evaluation ❑PDSA (American model of Mgt) Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

15. Types of Programmes: 1) Meetings 8) Exhibition 2) Discussions 9) Competitions 3) Debates 10) Sports 4) Guest speaker 11) Picnic 5) Training 12) Movie 6) Slide show 13) Jatha 7) Power point projector 14) Strike 15) Role play 16) Brain storming Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

16. Importance of Recording: ● To monitor and supervise the social work trainees ● To evaluate the performance for examination ● Data for case studies ● Data for social work research ● As a programme of participation ● As a record for future reference ● To identify changes in approach and attitudes ● As agency documentation ● To develop library and literature in social work ● To have diagnostic thinking ● Helpful to get expert advice ● Helps as legal record – at times ● Formation of goals for future interventions ● Evidence of growth and change ● Source of future planning Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

17. Principles of SGW Report Writing: 1) Clarity 2) Brief 3) Specific 4) Language 5) Principles of non judgemental 6) Principles of confidentiality 7) Give clear objectives 8) Date / time / duration 9) Planned and detailed body 10) Focus on group 11) Focus on learning and group 12) Evaluation of group, individual and social worker 13) Prepare rough report initially Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

18. Programmes Recording : Types ● Process / recording structure: Refer: the Format for Group Work report for Face Sheet & Process Report given initially I. General group work report writing II. Minutes of the group work meeting III. Special programme report – writing / audio/ visual / video IV. Task group meeting report V. Photo album recording VI. Power point / slide recording VII.Video recording of events VIII. News Letter Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

19. Face Sheet (Recording Structure) Face Sheet Name of the group Type of the group About the group Address of meeting spot Age group Composition: No of Group Members & Male/female or Normal/Special Addition of members: numbers can be entered as 1+2+1 etc Discontinuation of members: “ Reason for discontinuation Group Work Session Details Sl No Date Time duration Objectives Activities Remarks 1 2 3

20. Process Report : (Recording Structure) 1. Date 2. Time 3. No. of members present 4. No. of members absent 6. Objectives 6. Activities 7. Process Report a) Role performed by the worker b) Physical settings: benefits/ obstacles faced in agency c) Important observations d) Conversations held/ Conflicts faced & resolved e) Expression of views & emotional quality of members f) Sequence of participation g) Interaction type & special contribution of members 8. Evaluation a) Program activities b) Members participation & development c) Workers role 9. Insight 10. Future plan

21. Doubts / ClarificationsLohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

22. Thank You Lohith Shetty, Asst Prof, St Aloysius (Autonomous)

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