The New Encyclopedia of Group Activities : CD-ROM Included Mixed media product
Helping groups become their most effective and productive is a major task for a group leader and facilitator.
By immersing group members in active learning experiences that focus on working together to accomplish objectives, group members will learn to draw on their personal insights and integrate this knowledge into practical applications.
The New Encyclopedia of Group Activities the sequel to the best-selling encyclopedia that was first published more than a decade ago is an expansive collection of hands-on activities and games that will help you explore the many elements of group process skills.
This thoroughly revised and updated resource covers a multitude of content topics that you can use in a variety of group settings.
The 150 new activities offer creative exercises that will give you the tools you need to provide appropriate interventions for any group purpose.
Whether searching for a serious foundational process activity or for a light transitional learning game, you will find something here to meet your needs.
Praise for The New Encyclopedia of Group Activities "A vast collection of excellent team activities, spanning a wide range of topics!
You will find great options ...at your fingertips. " Mel Silberman, author, Active Training and The Best of Active Training "Both new and seasoned training professionals will find The New Encyclopedia of Group Activities to be a great addition to their resource libraries.
I find Ms. Ukens' activities to be easy to facilitate and applicable to many different courses and audiences." Madeline Collins, independent performance consultant specializing in teamwork, communication, and customer service training
- Format: Mixed media product
- Pages: 504 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Publication Date: 06/01/2012
- Category: Business & management
- ISBN: 9781118157558