How do you specify your goals?
A game to debrief any common experience
Comical blunders show the right way.
The best lesson learned wins.
Think like a scientist
Reach out and surprise your friend.
How do you define discrimination?
Increase collaboration across departments
This is useful. This is useless.
An alternative to posting on the flip chart
Multiply your ideas
Why don't managers delegate?
Exchange and evaluate
A graphic approach to debriefing
Serving three masters
Individuals, partners, and teams
Can you spell the word correctly?
Participant generated questions.
Do unto others ...
Generate questions and answers
Add some members, lose some members
Blending the responses to two questions
This is the most interesting and intriguing technique
Did a funny thing happen to you?
Chance and skill
Change is the only constant
Working the room
The impact of self talk on listening.
Give workshop advice to your friend.
Retell the content to different audiences.
Sort the advice cards by their features.
Find the most useful piece of advice in a specific situation.
Another case against multitasking.
Did you know that the Internet domain code for Switzerland is CH?
What's the point?
Read all about it
How to acquire in-depth understanding of interpersonal concepts.
What are the behaviors of desirable team members?
Locating the single best piece of advice.
How to be popular with your subordinates
Public Relations for the police.
Find out what makes an effective trainer.
It's not what you say, but how you say it that matters.
What makes some people adaptable to change and resilient?
Discover the power of debriefing by conducting a jolt.
This rapid roleplays helps your participants to learn how to conduct a conversation with an angry customer.
Use this activity to explore alternative responses to everyday hassles.
Members of each team work cooperatively to come up with the best way to explain their jobs. They have one-on-one conversations to toot their horns.
Use this activity to review the contents of any lecture.
Translate leadership principles into day-to-day actions.
Learn how to be funny by watching TED videos.
Here's something for the participants to do after they finish reading your handout. This activity involves a poster preparation contest that taps into the listeners' linguistic and visual intelligences.
When does perseverance become foolhardiness? Here's a jolt that explores this question.
How would you share an unexpected cash payment with another person? Participate in this jolt and find out.
Perform a card trick in which a randomly selected card apparently appears at a randomly selected number. Ask teams of participants to observe your presentation and try to figure out how the effect was achieved.
Hopeful, joyful, peaceful, playful, thankful—these five words are written on the faces of different envelopes to create the five “-ful” envelopes.
Here's a textra game that encourages the participants to explore Human Performance Technology. The outcome of this game is the ability to recall and describe 20 different types of interventions for improving human performance.
Here is a fast-paced textra game for reviewing training content from product-knowledge booklets or technical reference manuals.
Here's a quick jolt that emphasizes the importance of mindfulness
Focus on the foundation.
Remember these facts about your memory.
Experience the impact of change.
Expanding a pithy saying.
Is your mental model replacing reality?
Summarize workshop advice from friends.
What should you do 3 minutes from now?
Explore diversity and inclusion.