If you plan on using any of these activities within your existing culture, please be aware of the emotional and physical safety of all participants. Just like any training curriculum, practice and research are needed to successfully make Experiential Learning work. If done poorly, Experiential Learning is just a group of games, and that is how people will perceive the activities. If done properly, Experiential Learning can be the most powerful vehicle for delivering learning based content and illustrating behaviors to any group of any age. I highly recommend implementing Experiential activities into your organization. Please contact us for proper training by a facilitator who is trained and knowledgeable in Experiential activities.
Pass the Bottle – Fun planning and get to know others activity
Story Line – An active processing activity
Ballooniture – creative to innovative use of existing resources
Mind Spin – Brainstorming and Problem Solving activity
Bottle Tower – problem solving and team delegation
Gyroscope – Trust building, Brain based active learning
Frenzy – Negotiation and resource allocation
Bright / Blurry / Blind - Creating community; intra and inter departmental communication
Contact Mike for a custom Experiential activity. He is available to understand your team's culture, language, objectives and successes and create an activity, or series of activities, that will reflect your passion and dedication to improving your team and achieving your company's goals.
"Our goal for team building was met, without question. Michael's upfront planning, suggestions for activities, coordination of the Team Dimensions Profiles and coaching were instrumental in preparing us to facilitate on our own - within our limited budget, while providing the level of excellence expected with a trained outside facilitator. We could not have done it without Michael's help."
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