The Big Book of Team-Motivating Games: Spirit-Building, Problem-Solving and Communication Games for Every Group

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 7, 2009 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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Teamwork can be fun!
Games that improve team cooperation, communication, and spirit

Did you know that games can:

  • Raise sagging morale
  • Liven up boring staff meetings
  • Increase interaction among staff members
  • Promote a culture of harmony and cooperation
  • Create an atmosphere of fun for your team

Keeping your team motivated and challenged, especially during tough economic times, can be difficult. But this collection of high-energy, play-anywhere games, from bestselling authors and trainers Ed and Mary Scannell, provides you with all the fun, inspiring material you need to build team spirit, communication, and trust among coworkers-day in and day out.

Games Can Be Played In or Out of the Office Requiring few or no props, The Big Book of Team-Motivating Games is the latest installment in the successful Big Book series, which has been changing the way teams think for decades-providing hours of fun that fight boredom and burnout, boost performance, soothe tensions, and create a sense of community and trust.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Your Keys to Success
9
How to Use This Book
13
1 Icebreakers and Energizers
21
2 Climate Setting
39
3 Motivation
55
4 Communication
75
5 Building Trust
95
6 Creativity
109
7 Mental Challenges
127
8 Problem Solving
145
9 Recognition
183
10 Outdoor Games
199
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Ed Scannell is a speaker and trainer who has given thousands of presentations, seminars and workshops across the world.
Mary Scannell has trained thousands of business people across the U.S. and Canada, including a long list of Fortune 500 clients.

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