Team Games for Trainers

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McGraw-Hill Education, Jun 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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Effective team building through training games. Carolyn Nilson's Training Games for Trainers reveals the fastest and most effective techniques to meet the demand for team-building in any organization. Over 100 ready-to-use games, exercises, and activities help you to build, implement and maintain work teams. Each game is self-contained­­with templates, answer sheets and explanations of objectives and procedures. You'll find games for: group/individual empowerment; organizational change readiness; personal skill building; work definition; role fulfillment; task/process evaluation; conflict resolution; much more.

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Contents

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS
3
WHY WORRY?
7
HAT IN THE RING
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