Time: 15-30 min
When to use:
This can be a useful exercise:
At the end of a day long session with fa focus on team development
When you have developed a vision for the team
When you are getting people to share what they uniquely bring to the team
Materials: In this activity provide your team with a roll of tin foil and a large piece of Bristol board, blank easel or foam backed Bristol board (all available at most dollar stores)
Provide the team with a set of tin foil and some bristol back board which they can put their model on. Give them 10 minutes as a team to develop/create a model which represents what they were just working on. Encourage them to have different team members take on different roles/tasks. At the end have them describe what the model represents. Consider where you are going to keep it.
When would this be a useful activity for your team? What other materiald do you have on hand to make a model of your commitments or vision or...?
Have a great Tuesday,
Jennifer Britton, MES, PCC, CPT
Potentials Realized - Leadership and Team Development, Coaching, Retreats
Author of Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013)
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