This week’s Facilitator Tips episode shares the seven key characteristics of play as researched by Dr Stuart Brown, the founder and President of the National…READ MORE
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A long-time playmeo subscriber asks:
We have a large group of staff who comprise young, old, loud, shy and a few very disgruntled people. My manager tells me that personal space is paramount. I have been asked to lead a program that will be fun, highly-interactive and make everyone laugh. What can I do?
Here was my response:
Thanks for your question Nigel – let me break my answer into two parts:
I hope this helps. Good luck.
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