Advanced Games for Trainers: Powerful Interventions for Solving Team, Group, and Organizational Problems

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McGraw-Hill Education, Feb 26, 1999 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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Use this powerful collection of experiential learning activities to confront—and eliminate—difficult organizational problems. All the designs are devoted to changing hidden attitudes, assumptions, and values that people seldom even acknowledge, but that often sabotage even successful companies. Stimulating and challenging to facilitate, the interventions make it possible to win employees’ trust and confidence while changing negative attitudes, healing old mistrust, repairing team conflicts, fostering empathy towards minority groups, restoring lost confidence in a leader, and more.

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Rod Napier, Ph.D., is president of The Napier Group, a management consulting firm. He is a former professor of management and organizational development at Temple University Graduate School. Dr. Napier is co-author of Groups: Theory and Experience, now in its fifth edition.

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