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CSU Individual Roles

CSU Benne and Sheats Group Roles - Individual/Dysfunct Roles

Aggressor Makes personal attacks using belittling and insulting comments
Blocker Opposes every idea or opinion that is put forward and yet refuses to make own suggestions
Recognition Seeker Uses group meetings to draw personal attention to him or herself. May brag about past accomplishments or relay irrelevant stories that paint him or her in a positive light.
Self-confessor Uses the group meetings as an avenue to disclose personal feelings and issues. Tries to slip these comments in under the guise of relevance
Disrupter/Playboy or Playgirl Uses group meetings as fun time and a way to get out of real work. Distracts other people by telling jokes
Dominator Tries to control the conversation and dictate what people should be doing. Often exaggerates his or her knowledge and will monopolize any conversation claiming to know more about the situation and have better solutions than anybody else.
Help Seeker Actively looks for sympathy by expressing feelings of inadequacy. Acts helpless
Special Interest Pleader Makes suggestions based on what others would think or feel. Avoids revealing his or her own biases or opinions by using a stereotypical position instead
Created by: OTTeacherLady