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What are some things a leader can do to avoid groupthink?  
In order to minimize groupthink, leaders can encourage group members to thoroughly consider all ideas and explore alternatives during the problem solving process; evaluate advantages and disadvantages of proposed solutions; and consider including outside experts and opinions. Another suggestion is to divide members into smaller subgroups to evaluate problems and report back to the larger group. These are just a few suggestions on how to minimize or avoid groupthink. Learn more from the resources provided.
Keywords: Leadership, Problem solving

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