Collaboration is fueled by trust and trust is fueled by activity. In this video, learn about how teams can demonstrate trust using blindfolds.
- Another fun game that includes … active collaboration is called Frostbite. … Heads up, you need to have a camping tent for each team. … So be sure you collect them in advance, … and then be outside or another space … big enough for this activity. … You'll also need blindfolds. … Break your group into teams of four to five people, … and give each of them a tent. … They need to decide now who is the team leader. … Tell them they're stranded in the Arctic and must build … a tent to protect themselves from the freezing weather. … However, the team leader has frostbite … in his or her hands and is not able to help, … while the rest of the team is suffering from … snow blindness and thus can't see. … They all need to wear blindfolds. … The leader must talk the group … through the actions of building the tent … while the rest of the group make it happen. … The team that builds their tent the quickest wins. … Debriefing this activity can create great insights … around communication, frustration, …
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Three types of teamwork
- Promoting psychological safety
- Developing skills
- Using games to foster collaboration
- Launching the collaboration project
Skill Level Intermediate
Managing Projects with Microsoft Teamswith Heather Severino1h 36m Intermediate
Leaders: Make Your Teams More Agile, Creative, and Unitedwith Big Think27m 49s Intermediate
1. Types of Teamwork
2. Psychological Safety
3. Develop Your Skills
4. Launching the Project
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