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INITIATOR One or ones who get the group started.
INTREPRETOR One or ones who clarify or explain other members ideas.
ANALYSOR One or ones giving critical analysis of the ideas.
HARMONIZER One or ones who try to reduce tension and reduce differences among group members.
ENCOURAGER One or ones who have a friendly attitude toward members and encourage acceptance of members ideas.
BLOCKER Always opposing ideas of group members.
DOMINEERING One or ones who try to manipulate the group.
CLOWN Always making jokes, has a great time but does not always add to the productivity of the group.
ASSERTIVE One or ones that keeps the group on task- keeps things rolling smoothly, and watches the clock.
AGRESSIVE One or ones who verbally attacks others.
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