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CSU Task Roles

CSU Benne and Sheats Group Roles - Task

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Initiator/Contributor Proposes original ideas or different ways of approaching group problems or goals. This role initiates discussions and move groups into new areas of exploration.
Information Seeker Requests clarification of comments in terms of their factual adequacy. Seeks expert information or facts relevant to the problem. Determines what information is missing and needs to be found before moving forward.
Information Giver Provides factual information to the group. Is seen as an authority on the subject and relates own experience when relevant.
Opinion Seeker Asks for clarification of the values, attitudes, and opinions of group members. Checks to make sure different perspectives are spoken.
Opinion Giver Expresses his or her own opinions and beliefs about the subject being discussed. Often states opinions in terms of what the group "should" do.
Elaborator Takes other people's initial ideas and builds on them with examples, relevant facts and data. Also looks at the consequences of proposed ideas and actions
Co-ordinator Identifies and explains the relationships between ideas. May pull together a few different ideas and make them cohesive.
Orienter Reviews and clarifies the group's position. Provides a summary of what has been accomplished, notes where the group has veered off course, and suggests how to get back on target
Evaluator/Critic Evaluates the proposals against a predetermined or objective standard. Assesses the reasonableness of a proposal and looks at whether it is fact-based and manageable as a solution.
Energizer Concentrates the group's energy on forward movement. Challenges and stimulates the group to further action.
Procedural Technician Facilitates group discussion by taking care of logistical concerns like where meetings are to take place and what supplies are needed for each meeting.
Recorder Acts as the Secretary or Minute-Keeper. Records ideas and keeps track of what goes on at each meeting. Personal and/or Social Roles
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