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Group skills for managers are important as most day to day interactions are conducted in complex social situations, in boardrooms, team meetings, staff group meetings etc. Obviously one-to-one skills are also important but understanding group processes and the stages of group formation etc are indespensible skills for sound persona management skills.

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