Thứ Tư, 30 tháng 9, 2015

Đào tạo kỹ năng thông qua 100 trò chơi team building

100 ways to energize groups: Games to use in workshops,meetings and the community
100 cách để tạo năng lượng cho nhóm: trò chơi được sử dụng trong các cuộc hội thảo, cuộc họp và nhóm cộng đồng

Things to consider when using Energisers
Try to use energisers frequently during a workshop or meeting, whenever people look sleepy or tired or to create a natural break between activities.
Try to choose games that are appropriate for the local context, for example, thinking carefully about games that involve touch, particularly of different body parts.
Try to select games in which everyone can participate and be sensitive to the needs and circumstances of the group. For example, some of these games may exclude people with disabilites, such as difficulty walking or hearing, or people with different levels of comfort with literacy.
Try to ensure the safety of the group, particularly with games that involve running. For example, try to make sure that there is enough space and that the floor is clear.
Try not to use only competitive games but also include ones that encourage team building.
Try to avoid energisers going on for too long. Keep them short and move on to the next planned activity when everyone has had a chance to move about and wake up!

Chúc các HR nhà ta có thêm công cụ để đào tạo!

1. Howdy Howdy
2. Juggling ball game
3. Names and adjectives
4. Three truths and a lie
5. Connecting eyes
6. Match the cards
7. Space on my right
8. What we have in common
9. Who is the leader?
10. Who are you?
11. What kind of animal?
12. Killer wink
13. The sun shines on...
15. Body writing
16. Names in the air
17. Family members
18. Who am I?
19. As and Bs
20. Group statues
21. Move to the spot
22. Banana game
23. Taxi rides
24. Fruit salad
25. “Prrr” and “Pukutu”
26. Dancing on paper
27. Tide’s in/tide’s out
28. Delhi buses
29. Rabbits
30. Port/starboard
31. I’m going on a trip
32. Find someone wearing...
33. Touch something blue
34. Simon says
35. What has changed?
36. Birthday graph
37. Body “tig”
38. Five islands
39. The animal game
40. Mime a lie
41. Bring me
42. The king is dead
43. Locomotion
44. Paper and straws
45. Don’t answer
46. Tug of war
47. Pass the parcel
48. Fox and rabbit
49. The longest line
50. Robots
51. King of the Jungle
52. Pass the energy
53. Bottle game
54. How do you like your neighbour?
55. Dragon’s tail
56. Group massage
57. Pass the person
58. Blindfold pairs
59. I like you because...
60. Heads to tummies
61. Ball under chins
62. Knees up
63. Get up, sit down!
64. Knots
65. Coin game
66. Countdown
67. Fizz buzz
68. Group balance
69. Leading and guiding
70. Clap exchange
71. People to people
72. Count to Seven
73. Football cheering
74. An orchestra without instruments
75. Hands slapping
76. Pass the action
77. Clap and point
78. Rainstorm
79. Statue stop
80. Orchestra
81. Stand, sit and sing
82. Passing the rhythm
83. Messenger
84. Drawing game
85. Mirror image
86. Hokey Cokey
87. Muddling messages
88. Talking object
89. Samson and Delilah
90. Yes/No game
91. The “E” game
92. Sagidi sagidi sapopo
93. What are we doing?
94. What is the adverb?
95. Shopping list
96. What am I feeling?
97. O Kabita!
98. Presenting gifts
99. Writing on backs
100. Reflecting on the day

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