Question: Of the roles listed on pages 117–118 in the textbook, which role or roles do you typically assume in groups, teams, and meetings? Identify two tasks and two social roles you usually do not assume. Why do you not assume these roles? Be sure to cite your definitions of your tasks and roles using at least your textbook as a source.
Develop an agenda for an upcoming meeting. Develop a meeting goal or goals, and identify the sequence of agenda items. After you have written your agenda, write a brief explanation of why you structured your agenda as you did.
Attend a public meeting, such as your local school board, city council, or campus council, or reflect upon a meeting you have attended in the past. Using the principles and skills discussed in this chapter, evaluate the meeting using the five principles of leadership. Were group members self-aware and aware of comments and actions of others? How effectively did group members use verbal messages to make their points and organize their ideas? Did nonverbal messages provide supportive and positive reinforcement of others comments? How effectively did group members listen and respond to messages? What evidence did you find that group members appropriately adapted their message to others during the course of their conversations?
Answer: I adapt a subordinate role on projects or tasks at hand…….