Lack of motivating collegial relationships

An absence of objective, task-oriented collegial groups prevents people who have come together to meet the needs of others from moving beyond psychologically defined relationships. These are often of short duration and, while well-intentioned, are incapable of really accomplishing the goals they were intended to attain. The emotional quality of the group often becomes more important than the goal of the group. Methodologies are needed which are capable of equipping leaders to be enabling presences to their fellow participants, and of providing them with the skills necessary to hold members accountable for their decisions and tasks without blocking participation and commitment. They also need techniques to help deal with times of trouble.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems