An encouraging, easy-reading handbook, this runover of the principles and possibilities of group leadership in cooperation with organizations can provide a calm, friendly guide to the group leader who needs to consider the purposes of his position and the ways to achieve them. Through a minimum of case illustrations, the authors give a clear and uncluttered vista on leading techniques. The initial meeting, and its preparation; goals of leader, group, organization; different types of groups based on interest, friendships, etc.; program building; the individual in the group; order, control, and discipline; the role and goals of ""the enabling leader"" are considered. A helpful blend of group work principles and techniques, especially good for the new or not too experienced worker.