Thread Started by #Roy Anand

Hi guys,
I believe that every human being is blessed with the ability to out-perform himself, but unfortunately he limits himself with self doubt. I have been involved in building people and help them reach their full potential through various training programs. I also, handle all other soft-skills training.
21st February 2009 From India , Madras
Hi,
You can use the simple puzzle game to get them to bond. You need to debrief that all of us are like a piece in the puzzle and the need to fall into the particular slot at the right time. You can also bring about the concept of knowing the big picture that will help in contributing better.
regards,
roy
24th February 2009 From India , Madras
Hi Anand, Thanx for the reply. But i really din get ya .........I asked for few kinda games which will help them for team bonding and all that as you know better
25th February 2009 From India , Bangalore
Hi,
If you want the team to bond. Just keep getting them to do any fun game, which would require them to help each other, on a periodical basis. One, as i said, would be the puzzle game which would make them work as a team and have fun at the same time. Get some one to talk to them about the strengths of team work.
26th February 2009 From India , Madras
HI Roy Please send me sample of your training calendar. Iam in training and i am using speadsheet, but would like to send something different, to my manager as training calendar. Thanks
26th February 2009 From South Africa , Johannesburg
Hi Apart from puzzle game can you tell what are the other games which we can make them play .
27th February 2009 From India , Bangalore
Hi Harish,
Notes are available in plenty in the net. It will depend on how you present to the group based on the character of the group. You may have to tailor the debrief according to the need of the group. You can never prepare 100% and say 'this is what I am going to deliver.' There has to be some adaptability from the trainer's end.
Hi,
I am not working for any company, I am just a trainer who does the need analysis and after much discussion with the management and some of the employees suggest the training topics.
Hi Guys,
Please bear with me if the answers are not corresponding to the individual who asked the question. I am new to this forum and am just learning the ropes.
28th February 2009 From India , Madras
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