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Human relations training was originally a form of group psychotherapy developed by the Human Relations Movement that sought to improve work performance, employee satisfaction and productivity through better interpersonal relationships. It later moved out of the workplace, promoting the awareness of feelings and the needs of others as a way of improving relationships in society at large. Such groups were known as T-groups

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