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Materials Needed: You can find all the materials needed in your office.
All digital, downloadable files, you obtain your own materials that you can easily find in your office or home. For example, masking or duct tape, a mouse pad, a coaster, etc. The instructions for each activity tell you exactly what you need. You can run any activity in this kit just minutes after purchase.
The fact there are limited materials has no bearing on the value of the activities. In fact, some of the very best activities are the simplistic ones. Many topics are covered – communication, leadership, innovation, etc.
Includes 8 activities that sell for $24.95 each. Purchase this kit and save 50% over buying digital files individually.
For each of the activities you will find the following in your kit:
- Comprehensive information on purpose of the game, how to set it up, the storyline and the safety measures necessary during the course of the exercise.
- Instructions on how to debrief the exercise and questions that you should ask the participants.
- Facilitation techniques to help you create a space for discussion and learning
Chain of Command
This event is designed to get the group interacting and having fun while recognizing the need for good communication, leadership and teamwork. Additionally, participants will recognize the inherent difficulties in some organization structures, such as the typically hierarchy and the ‘Chain of Command’. This event is a great way to get people touching each other without being threatened.
Change Five is a great activity to help in any situation in which change is necessary, which is pretty much all the time! This activity helps participants experience the resistance to change and the desire to return to previous methods as quickly as possible. While many individuals express that change is good, as human beings we all resist change until we embrace it. While the surface this activity seems a bit silly and simply ‘fun’ to participants, the learning potential behind it can be instrumental in embracing necessary change.
Don’t Touch Me
Don’t Touch Me will challenge the team to think outside the box and challenge the actual and implied rules. Warning: this event can lead to major paradigm shift. Once a team discovers the self-imposed rules they will begin to see the solutions.
Have You Ever
A great icebreaker for groups who do not know one another and quite revealing to groups who have known each other for a long time, Have You Ever is a simple, yet effective way to energize the group, get them on their feet and interacting. While simplistic, this activity works with all ages and job responsibilities. Who says that adults cannot have fun? This activity will help them loosen up.
A fun and powerful event to do when participants are starting to see the value in their own learning. The purpose of the exercise is to inspire ownership and accountability for change in the team members. This is a great opportunity for team members to voice their commitment to change to the rest of the team. The challenge itself is simple, fun, and a great physical metaphor.
The application of the Learning Maze is in every area of our lives. The meaning each group discovers is always different. The basic purpose of the maze comes down to identifying how the team is treating its “mistakes” and the people who are discovering them. Stepping into the unknown is necessary for any team to grow and move ahead, how are they doing in the process? This event will shed some light on the teams process.
A perfect activity for small to medium groups to challenge them with what seems simple. This activity will challenge the group in leadership, communication, planning, decision making and perseverance. While a logical solution eventually presents itself, it is only after trial and error, a great deal of ‘soft skill’ is necessary to achieve the result. This is a great activity to challenge a well-working team, but the debrief must be completed to get full value.
A simple yet challenging activity that combines all aspects of teambuilding with continuous improvement and breakthrough ideas. Best as an activity used early in a workshop or training, this activity will help individuals climb ‘outside the box’ and think creatively. The inquisitiveness and questions that inevitably occurs is fantastic before a brainstorming sessions, a planning session or anywhere creativity and innovation is important.
Who Are You?
A paired activity that helps participants experience the three levels of communication and how wonderful it can be to talk on a deeper level with those around you. This is one of the best opening activities we offer. Participants learn more about each other in a few short minutes than in a lifetime of working together. This is not a ‘team’ activity but more of a communication / icebreaker activity.
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