The Big Book of Humorous Training Games

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 18, 2000 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
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To produce changes that last beyond the classroom, training games must engage restless audiences, keep them interestedand make learning fun!

The Big Book of Humorous Training Games uses witty, engaging games to create memorable lessons in numerous basic training topics, including customer service, teambuilding, creative problem solving, time management, and more. Step-by-step instructions work with dozens of reproducible handouts and worksheets help trainers and speakers minimize preparation timeand maximized training success.


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Since I wrote this book, I won't give it stars, but I WILL describe it. This book contains 50 games for training business people in 19 communication skills topics, including customer service ... Read full review


Chapter 1 Five Games to Make You a Naturally Funny Trainer
Chapter 2 Five Games to Enhance Creative Thinking and ProblemSolving Skills
Chapter 3 Five Games to Create Intrinsically Motivating Managers
Chapter 4 Five Games to Construct Creative Cooperative Teams
Chapter 5 Five Games to Help People Deal with Change
Chapter 6 Five Games to Develop Relaxed Engaging Speakers
Chapter 7 Five Games to Increase Emotional Intelligence
Chapter 8 Five Games to Reduce Workplace Negativity
Chapter 9 Five Games to Help Employees Deal with Difficult People
Chapter 10 Five Games to Take the Fear Out of Assertiveness

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Doni Tamblyn, is President of the San Francisco based training company, Humor Rules. Over the past 10 years she has delivered hundreds of seminars and presentations to organizations around the world.

Sharyn Weiss, is a performance consultant and trainer with 15 years of experience working with non-profit and corporate groups. she has an MA in Training and Development. This is her second book on experiential training.

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