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Group Development Assessment

by William Bearly and John Jones

Two major dimensions of behavior influence any situation in which people must work together to accomplish a project: task behaviors and process (or interpersonal) behaviors. These two dimensions can develop at different rates as the group matures. In order to achieve a high level of cooperation and effective functioning, group members must be able to engage simultaneously in consistently high levels of both types of behaviors.

The Group Development Assessment (GDA) gives groups the opportunity to evaluate how they are currently functioning in both of these dimensions. By combining each member’s inventory scores into a group profile, members get a clear, comprehensive picture of their development - and of what it will take to become a team.