RPM Challenge. Retain what you read. Spell and Count. Intuitive teamwork. Training Topics. Use this magic trick for a review. Levels. Design and deliver training. Linking in with Matt. Thoughts on training and management.
A reflective teamwork activity: Losers and Gainers. A closing activity for your training session: Thinking in Threes. How to be a perfect intercultural host: Travel Diary. Matt’s thoughts on traini9ng and eprformance: Linked In with Matt.
Announcements: 1-day webinar on management essential. Workshops in Brussels. Self-Gamification: Daily Drill. Textra Game: Three. Jolt: Surprising Similarities. Matthew Richter: Thoughts on Training and Performance. Brian Remer: A matrix of Possibilities.
Roleplay: Listening to Good News. Collection: Flashcard Activities with Open Questions. Brief: Consensus Decision-Making Activities. Consensus Activity: Cross-Cultural Collaboration. Improv Activity: Be Foolish, Say “Yes!” by Brian Remer.
Politics by Matthew Richter. Navigate politics in your office place. Do Training Games Really Teach? Discussion of a perennial question. Creativity Techniques. Use them as a training technique. Creative Die. Solve problems and learn new things. GURU by Brian Remember. A debriefing activity.
Interview with Paul Z. Jackson: Guest Gamer. Category Cruncher: Improv game. Participants Generate Questions: Tips o how to use them. First Decision: A hidden activity. Say Something Nice: Boost your oxytocin level. Plus regular columns.
Harvesting the Library: Participants review the literature. Signs and Signals: Information for the facilitator. Linking In with Matt: Thoughts on training and performance. Question Your Confidence: Don’t ignore your ignorance. French Connection. Other features …
Endless Memories: A debriefing activity. One by One: A checklist game. Five-Ten-Five: A review activity. Thiagi’s Tweets on emotional intelligence. Matt’s Linked-In items. Brian’s tribute to Bernie DeKoven.
Surprise: Learn to win. Inspiration Journal: Uplift your spirits. Planetary Protection Panel by John Goldberg & Dilip G. Banhattit: Make really big decisions. Chevruel's Pendulum by Brian Remer: Demonstrate the power of an idea. Linking in with Matt: Matt's thoughts on training and performance.
Training for Attitude Change: A how-to article. The Most: Exploring tips for building trust. Five Answers: Different answers to the same question. Matt's thoughts on training and performance. Brian Remer's ideas for using your mind. Plus more ...
Jolt: Pictures and Words. Humor: Invisible Slides. Structured Sharing: Flip-chart Carousel. Design Strategy: Metaphors by John Goldberg and Jeff Knorr. Thiagi’s Tweets on facilitation. Matt’s thoughts on performance and training. Brian’s ideas on brain science.