PLAY, PLAY, PLAY
When I started leveraging experiential education to teach more effective communication and collaboration to families, the parents started asking me to facilitate those same activities with the people in their offices. As I realized the need to address specific challenges that companies face (as opposed to families), I started creating training activities from scratch.
This collection of “games” can be facilitated by corporate trainers (or family and school counselors) to draw out dysfunctional behaviors and to allow participants to practice more effective behaviors that they learn through experiencing these activities. The original set of training activities was created in the early 1990’s while I was actively using ROPES courses with corporate groups. This edition is updated with better instructions and a few new activities.