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    Differences between a group and a team

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    Briefly discuss the difference between a group and a team, and the strategies a
    leader should consider to influence a group or team.

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    A group is a number of individuals with similar skills who are arranged together to meet the goals of the groups' leader. A team is a set of people with complimentary skills who work in unison to achieve their own goals. The primary difference between the two is that while a group may all have similar skills and attitudes, the team will have a skill set that is diverse with each member's skills creating a collective synergy.

    Again, a group is led by an individual and ...

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    The differences between a group and a team are examined. The strategies a leader should consider to influence a group or team are examined.

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