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What are the benefits of group problem solving and what are some things a leader can do to influence its success?  
Group problem solving usually allows for a greater variety of options to be considered. Also, if group members are directly affected by the problem, involving them leads to greater acceptance and commitment of the resolution. Group problem solving can be ineffective if the issue is time sensitive since the more people involved in solving a problem may require more time to reach a consensus. A leader can assist in this situation by acting as a facilitator to ensure the problem solving process is timely. Leaders should encourage innovation and creativity from all group members when solving problems and facilitate group consensus among multiple viewpoints. Learn more about group problem solving from the resources provided.
Keywords: Leadership, problem solving

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