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Definition

Group interaction refers to the dynamics of the team and the way individuals in the group interact with one another.

Description

Conflicts may occur between certain individuals and may have the potential to cause a distraction to the tasks undertaken.

  • Practitioners should be aware of potential implications resulting from conflicts.
  • Practitioners should be encouraged to communicate any issues arising to enable issues to be resolved.
  • Management and practitioners should be aware of potential issues arising from peer pressure, to avoid compromising operational safety.

Early identification and communication of staff conflicts may prevent issues developing. This may enable potential safety significant implications to be avoided.

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