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Strengthen team bonds with friAndly competition
Take your team to a higher level of performance with a healthy dose of competition. These stimulating activities provide lessons in determination, teamwork, and planning-all critical elements in achieving high performance.
Each game includes everything you need to conduct the activity, including instructions, materials required, time required, and reproducible worksheets or material templates. Each is categorized into one of these topics: change, communication, conflict resolution, data analysis, decision making, leadership, perception, problem solving, strategic planning, and time pressure.
These simple games will help you:
* Encourage members to cooperate and use all members' abilities
* Motivate individuals to maximize their contribution
* Demonstrate the benefits of cooperative competition
* Prepare your team to meet future challenges
* Emphasize teamwork as a means to a solution over winning
Use these games to enhance cooperation, resourcefulness, decision making, efficiency, and initiative in your team today!
Start your training on the right track and keep it there!
LORRAINE L. UKENS is the owner of Team-ing with Success, a consulting and training enterprise specializing in team building and leadership development. Her wide range of business experience, spanning more than twenty years, is applied in designing, facilitating, and evaluating programs in a variety of human resource development areas. Ukens, an adjunct faculty member in the HRD graduate program at Towson University in Maryland, is the author of several training books and games. She received her M.S. degree from Towson University and is an active member of the American Society for Training and Development at both the national and local levels.