Leading and Managing Change and CrisisAssignment Title: Group Individual Journal(Weighting:05%)The Group Reflection Journal is a learning journal. That means it is a place where you can record YOUR individual thoughts, feelings, and observations about your group activity. You can record YOUR individual thoughts, feelings, and observations any way you like.For example, you can write in a notebook, or use your phone, ipad, or laptop.However, you will have submit the document on Canvas at the end of the term and it will receive a mark. ?You can include pictures, diagrams, or any other creative materials you’d like.?You will update this document each week based on in-class learning activities. ?Each week we will complete group activities in-class and you will be provided time to reflect on these experiences. ?During this time you should record YOUR individual thoughts, feelings, and observations about your group activity.?Think about questions such as how did you group-up; what worked well; what didn’t work too well—write notes to yourself in your journal.?The Group Reflection Journal is NOT a group journal.?There is no word count limit or even specific questions requiredwithin the Group Reflection Journal—it is based on your individual experience of your group activities. ?You can just draw pictures!?I do not need to see your journal each week—it is for YOU.AssessmentThe journal should be learning diary of notes, observations, thoughts, drawings, or other relevant materials collected in response to in-class group activities. Best responses will have identified strengths, areas for improvement and preferences when working in groups that were subsequently investigated further over the term.The journal should NOT be a descriptive report of the group’s responses to the in-class activity--rather it should be reflection about group processes and individual learning. Best responses will clearly compare the pros and cons of different group experiences.Although creativity is highly encouraged, Journal should have some sense of structure with dates and activities noted. Best responses will demonstrate progress over time, exploring identified areas further over the term. ASSIGNMENT 2-Leading and Managing Change and CrisisAssignment Title: Group Reflection PaperWord Length: 1500 Words(Weighting:15%)Your groupworkreflection paper is a written assessment of your individual learning based on the material in the group reflection journal and must be:?A thoughtful, detailed analysis of the reflections in your journal and therefore your individual experience of working in groups this term?Word processed, spell-and grammar checked?Approximately1,500 wordsin lengthoYou may NOT exceed the word limitoPlease ensure you put the word count on your paperoWord count does not include images, diagrams, drawings, bibliography, appendices, or anything else you would like to include.Creativity is highly encouraged.?You do not need to cite scholarly references, this is a reflection paper. However if you do wish to include quotes, they must be properly cited.You must clearly address all three of the following questions1.Select two different group activities with two different groups (or composed of different group members) from your reflection journal entries —one good and one not-so-good group experience for you.oPlease identify wherethe entries for these two groups appear in your group reflection journal (or date, group activity, page #, etc.)oCompare and contrast these different groups and analyze why you think one group worked well and one worked less well, in your opinion.2.With reference to your answer to question 1, reflect on how you grouped-up [or formed your team] in these two different groups and how that process subsequently impacted your group’s performance.3.Consider the roleyoutook up in the two different groups discussedin question 1. In hindsight, what did you learn and what might you do differently next time you are in a work group?