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As promised I wanted to give a mesh up of Hanoi Towers and Key Pad. I am really starting to enjoy this activity for it’s fast paced movements with ease on the physical nature. It can be run as a competitive activity or self motivation for the group and seeing if they can improve their
-> Continue reading Sequential Stack – A table top activity
I do like this activity. The paradigm shift in communication between the group is amazing. It brings about conflict quickly to identify the behaviors that the group needs to work through and improve on. Though this activity has been around since the 70’s I believe, it has always been a big favorite. One thing about
-> Continue reading Helium Pole – A Communication Activity
This is a great, fast paced activity that pulls people together to talk about goals and what it takes to improve communication.This is an old puzzle I believe was created over 2000 years ago. The stories go back to having 32 pieces in the puzzle and still only having three spaces to place them. This
-> Continue reading Hanoi Towers – A Table Top Activity
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Don’t Touch Me! History – This is a game that I have learned from various facilitators over the past 20 years. It has proven to be a good “go to” activity when working with all types of participants. Originally I found out that this activity is from Rohnke & Butler, …Continue
This is one of my favorite icebreakers that I have use to get the energy up of any group. The goal is simple. Have each person roll the dice. If they get a double then they start writing 1-100 on a sheet of paper. The first person to 100 WINS!
Don’t let the simplicity fool you. Groups really get into this activity because it gets competitive very quickly.I give credit for this activity…Continue
Discovered this when working with some engineers. Using building blocks I wanted to challenge them on finding new and creative ways to innovate.
Activity Objective: The idea is for the team to create and suspend the longest bridge using children’s building blocks.…
Direction – not intention – determines our destination
Continuing from our goal talk from last week…This might show my age or intelligence, but in the show “Friends”, Joey Tribbiani went to England to attend his friend Ross’s wedding. Joey was the comic relief more so than the rest of the cast meaning… he wasn’t…Continue