103 Additional Training Games

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2001 - Business & Economics - 189 pages
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How can I enhance a team's performance?
How do I improve an individual's perception?
How do I energise, break the ice or improve communication?

Continuing the successful Training Games series, Gary Kroehnert's 103 Additional Training Games is a collection of totally new activities designed to promote structured workplace learning.

Aimed at both the new and the experienced trainer, 103 Additional Training Games presents a fresh range of inspired learning exercises that can be used in individual or team-training programs.

Game categories include:
Icebreaker
Team building
Communication
Facilitator/presentation skills
Mid-course energiser
Problem solving
Learning
Perception
Evaluation
Self-management

These games are designed to be relevant and unintimidating and are suitable for trainers, facilitators, supervisors, human resource managers and consultants who wish to expand their collection of proven ideas and learning exercises.

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Contents Introduction
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The Activities
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Games Codes Grid
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