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Collaboration: A Training Curriculum to Enhance the Effectiveness of Criminal Justice Teams: Instructional Manual

Publication year: 2005 | Cataloged on: Oct. 31, 2006
ANNOTATION: A curriculum designed to assist multi-disciplinary criminal justice teams in establishing or enhancing collaborative relationships is supplied (p. vii). Three chapters make up this manual: general curriculum instructions; overview of the curriculum; and explanation and samples of curriculum materials. This 24-hour course has nine modules: overview; collaboration definition and concepts; values, vision, problem identification, and mission; roles and relationships of team members; concurrent discussion groups; collaboration in American history; group dynamics; team and project lifecycles; and goals, objectives, and critical work activities.
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