101 More Games for Trainers: Another Collection of the Best by Pike B.

By Pike B.

Now Bob Pike brings you one zero one extra video games for running shoes. this is often your sourcebook for enticing individuals whereas they're on your school room. you will discover dozens of video games, workouts and actions in particular designed to: convey a weary workforce again to existence; lead an viewers via a lively, finished evaluate consultation; holiday the ice and seize individuals' realization, and extra.

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25 GAME #26: Sea If Ewe Can Find the Errers Game Categories: ̊ Opener T Energizer ̊ Communication ̊ Team-building ̊ Review ̊ Topical ❖ Purpose: To provide an exercise that challenges participants to think creatively. ❖ Time Required: 10 minutes. ❖ Size of Group: Unlimited. ❖ Materials Required: Flipchart. ❖ The Exercise in Action: For a smooth transition after a break, write this statement on a flipchart or transparency during the break so that participants can work on it when they return to the room.

The Exercise in Action: Becky Russell, store manager for Microsoft in Bothell, WA, has good success with this communication exercise: One person is interviewed for five minutes on a specific topic by a team of three people, while another team of three listens to the questions and answers. At the end of the time, the “listening” team must recap what the interviewee has said in three sentences. The team asking the questions scores the other team on the accuracy of its recap. Teams are then rotated so that the listeners become the interviewers, and new interviewees and topics are chosen.

Time Required: 15 minutes. ❖ Size of Group: Unlimited. ❖ Materials Required: A large supply of toothpicks. ❖ The Exercise in Action: Participants are challenged to think creatively, and also to make “true confessions” during this opener recommended by Lori Preston, training specialist at Electronic Data Systems. Start by giving each participant 10 toothpicks or other counters. ” After the statement, anyone in the group who has jaywalked has to forfeit a toothpick to the kitty. Then the next person shares one thing he or she has never done, and again anyone who has done it loses a toothpick.

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