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Exciting partner activity that explores working together.

  • Highly interactive
  • Non-threatening
  • Inspires powerful metaphors
  • Fosters cooperation
  • No props

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Comments (1)

  1. David Piang-Nee

    Love activities that involve deeper conversations and this one is certainly one of them. Both at the start from the introduction of concepts and expectations for a group to the end where communication to get to improve on the performances of tasks, these are wonderful conversations for any group to have for the benefit of team cohesion and success.

    The activity itself is simple and fun and well as being so useful to giving groups food for thought if you choose to explore these concepts. Brilliant example of how powerful such activities can be.

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