Team Games for Trainers
Team-building isn't a game-it's a serious, fast-growing approach to human resources development and total quality management. And with books of games for trainers in big demand, employees who must create and manage teams will find this one uniquely effective and enjoyable. Team Games for Trainers contains 100 ready-to-use games, exercises and activities to build teams (through cultural assessment, organizational change readiness, personal skill building, and empowerment). . .to help teams function (through work definition, role requirements, and evaluation). . .and to maintain teams (through training for non-trainers, communication, conflict management, and problem solving). For further ease of use, each game is self-contained-with templates, answer sheets, and clear explanations of objectives and procedures.
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15 minutes 30 minutes action answer APPROXIMATE TIME REQUIRED Ask trainees begin cards Cell check mark CHECKLIST coaching column commitment communication completed copy Deck the halls DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Edwards Deming employees encourage evaluation example exercise facilitate feedback feel focus GAMES FOR TEAM GAMES TO HELP GARBAGE HEAP grid handout help team members HELP TEAMS FUNCTION help trainees his/her IDEA DOLLARS identify individual jelly bean keep la la la leadership learners learning MATERIALS matrix minutes from Section non-permanent markers organization organizational overhead transparency paper partner peak performance person planning play players problem solving PROCEDURE responses roles share skills Suggest that trainees tally task TEAM BUILDING OBJECTIVE team leader TEAM MAINTENANCE OBJECTIVE team meeting team training team's TEAMS FUNCTION OBJECTIVE teamwork technique things trainee APPROXIMATE trainee's training session vision vote Whiteboard or flipchart words worry level write