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“We failed…”, “What went wrong?”, “We had a great vision!”, “We had a great strategy”, “What happened?”…
I tell you what happened: nothing. And that is the keyword of your failure.
What was the first thing you did today, just after reaching your office? No, I’m not asking about that coffee at the cafeteria nor the one at the machine. I will not be guessing too much I believe, if I say: you started your PC and opened
Outlook your emails.
I tell you something: you need to talk to me about your habits (my email is up). Or just keep reading.
How is your team doing these days? Do they trust each other? Do they understand their needs?
Do you remember that movie with Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor… What was that… Oh yes, “See No Evil, Hear No Evil“? (Btw. Kevin Spacey was also there). Without knowing each other, with some limitations, they had to solve their problem(s). So here comes the Guide activity (of course depending on your mood feel free to call it by the movie title) and its variations.
Once again we are about to start our session. And once again we need participants to introduce themselves. If you are looking for new introduction activity – you are in the right place. This time – Random presentation.
Well, it’s for sure nice when participants introduce themselves. But sometimes we need to bring some life into introduction part of our training, e.g. for ice-breaking. Or any other reason of course. So here is one of my introducing activities: Random questions.
the easiest way of starting the session is simply to ask participants to introduce themselves (Ok, you can just start session even withot that). Standard, simple, quick. For sure will work in some environments, but what if you are looking for more, without going too far? The answer is: Presenting in pairs.