This is a great activity to encourage your team members to work together to generate ideas, organize them, build a consensus to selection, and take action. Use a space large enough for groups of three team members at each table … Continue reading
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This is a terrific activity to creatively demonstrate the use of the force-field analysis “tool.” This exercise is ideal for 8 or more people and requires 10 minutes. You will need a long rope with red tape in middle and … Continue reading
This activity encourages team members to come together and “form” faster and to allow team members to “open up.” It works with any size group and requires about 5 to 10 minutes. Meet in a space large enough for each … Continue reading
This activity is a great tool to demonstrate the value of planning and teamwork. It works best with groups of four to ten people and requires 30 minutes.
You can practice this activity to creatively demonstrate the interrelationships and importance of each team member – particularly at the end of the team’s work. It works well with five or more members and takes 10 to 20 minutes.
This activity is innovative for helping the team to form a way of working with each other that is consistent with the way clients/patients/customers are treated by their organization. Use this activity with 8 to 10 people. The exercise requires … Continue reading
I love using this activity to demonstrate how teams assess information to make a decision. This works well with 5 or more people and time required is 15 minutes. Use a space large enough for the team to sit in … Continue reading
This is an awesome activity for developing cooperation among team members and to gain problem-solving experience. It works best with groups of 4 to 8 people and requires 10 to 15 minutes.
This team activity allows you to creatively demonstrate the power of a collective vision. It works with any size group and requires about five minutes. You will need easel paper and a marking pen.
This exercise works great to demonstrate the concept of informal roles and how it affects the team dynamic and decision-making process. Assemble a group of six or more people. The activity takes 30 minutes and you will need to have the … Continue reading
This team activity demonstrates the issues associated with improving a process. Ideal team size is 10 to 15 people or groups of 10 to 20 people and time requirement is 20 to 30 minutes. You will need a ball (in … Continue reading
This is an awesome activity for developing cooperation among team members and to gain problem solving experience. It works best with groups of four to eight people and requires 10 to 15 minutes.
This activity is a great opportunity for demonstrating the importance of taking time to reconnect as a team. You will need a space large enough for the team as a group to be able to mingle about for about 5 … Continue reading
The objective here is to enable the team to “form” quickly, provide a sense of closure to the team’s activities, and to let each other know what’s going on with them personally. This activity works well with any group size, … Continue reading
The objective of this team activity is to creatively demonstrate the importance of teamwork. Group teams of 4 to 8 people are optimal and the exercise will take 30 minutes.