In order for people to get to know each other, they must discover it themselves. In this video, learn how to expand the team association.
- In those early meetings, … when you're helping people get to know each other, … I love to use this game called Salt and Pepper. … First, before the group comes together, … make a list of pairs of things. … For example, salt and pepper, socks and shoes, … peas and carrots. … Make sure you pick things that are relevant … for the culture and region of your group. … Then write each of these pairs on its own paper. … I like to use large sticky notes. … So, salt is on one sheet of paper … and pepper is on the other. … Get these already before you bring the group together. … Once they're in the room, … tape one piece of paper on the back of each person, … making sure they can't see it. … So, Maria gets salt, Sam gets pepper. … When the game starts, … each person walks around asking yes or no questions … to figure out the word taped to their backs. … Once they figure it out, … they need to find the other half of their pair. … So once Maria figures out she's salt, … she must find pepper, who's Sam. …
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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