A classic (physical) exercise which can be used to explore collaboration, teamwork, problem-solving, negotiation and achieving objectives. You’ll need some children's jigsaws and around 15-30 minutes for this exercise, depending on complexity of jigsaw and level of debrief. DOWNLOAD NOW
A classic (physical) exercise explores communication, collaboration, teamwork, problem-solving and achieving objectives. With large groups, a variation can be run to explore leadership – especially collaborative or servant leadership. There is a little preparation to do, but it isn't too difficult or time consuming. DOWNLOAD HERE
This appears like a simple case study. Give 2 teams an overview of a proposal that has been submitted from site to head office and the associated response, and see how each interprets the response. But it can reveal all sorts of underlying issues! A great way to explore assumptions, bias, the impact of fuzzy...
This short Introductory Guide is taken from Appreciating Change where you can learn more about this useful technique that is very helpful in a range of scenarios, including coaching, team working. collaboration, negotiation and generally building better working relationships. DOWNLOAD NOW to get a taste of this technique and how it can be used.
Fascinating yet contentious! Different communication and personality styles come up a lot in our discussions, so it's good to have an understanding of the different models that are in common use. Natalie, Susannah and Sherine had a natter about DiSC, MBTI and others, and kindly recorded it. WATCH HERE
A classic exercise that is incredibly versatile and can use used to introduce or explore a number of themes including teamwork, problem solving, communication, team roles and accountability. You can even run a scavenger hunt virtually with only small adaptations. DOWNLOAD NOW
This is an in-person group exercise that explores communication. team work, and accountability. Created by Teampedia and shared on SessionLab it is one of those simple exercises that has hidden depths! No equipment needed other than a reasonable space so people can form a circle and walk about easily. DOWNLOAD NOW
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Andonella recommends a book (and website) called 5 voices to help people to understand different communication styles and flex our communication method to build better relationships and get better outcomes. Here's a LINK TO THE WEBSITE where you can take a free test to see which style you are. And Andonella kindly shared the SUMMARY...