[Autom. eng. transl.] Do you know why your name is so? Because you belong to a group. Among other things, a group that you have not chosen: your family. Your last name belongs to that group and your name was given to you by the members who founded that group. Do you know why when someone asks you who you are, most of you can answer that you are Italian and a worker? Because you belong to the group of people who live in Italy and who work. In fact, groups are not only contexts to which we decide to belong or not, but also a form of relationship that has strictly to do with our identity. We are like that also because we belong to groups. Immersed as we are in a culture that wants to seduce us by making us think that we can do it alone, talking about a group may seem like a counter-current choice, but in reality, talking about a group is talking about us. Going further, we can observe that groups do not always "happen", they are not always spontaneous - like groups of friends - but they can also be organized - like work or training groups - and, if conducted wisely, the potential of the group - always exceeding the people who form it - it can really make a difference. This volume tries to show "how", only after having defined the "why".
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Group steps|
|Number of pages||159|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|