A practical and inspirational guide to leading interactive group games & activities to help people connect. It will equip you with the skills and strategies you need to create remarkably fun programs that will engage your group and invite them to play, interact, share & build trust.
If you answered ‘YES’ to any or all of these questions, then this book is for you.
Jam-packed with inspiration and practical advice, Serious Fun describes a unique, yet simple, four-step model that will transform your programs from ‘Oh, no, not that again,’ to ‘Wow, that was amazing!’
If you’re a school teacher, corporate trainer, outdoor educator, conference organiser or camp/youth group leader, this book will help you create incredibly fun programs that will leave your group feeling engaged, valued and meaningfully connected to others.
Here’s what you’ll learn inside:
Take fun more seriously. If you want to inject more fun and value into your programs, this book is your blueprint.
Written by Mark Collard, 2014 (208 pages)
ISBN 978 0992 5464 03
“This book will wake up, inspire and most important, raise the bar for those we entrust with our meetings.”
Seth Godin, best-selling author
“If you’re new to adventure programming, buy this book; it’s all you need to get started in the right direction and keep you there.”
Karl Rohnke, author & adventure programmer
“What you share in your book changed me as a teacher! It’s that simple.”
Sean de Morton, PE teacher
“To have Mark’s expertise and depth of knowledge in facilitating adventure within one book is priceless.”
Andrew Davis, outdoor recreation lecturer
“Every camp leader should read this book – a sure-fire method to engage young people, develop their cooperation skills and have fun.”
Lauren Popkin, camp director
“There were countless ideas that had me jumping up to write things down, and at least 10 concrete, actionable ideas that I put into practice immediately.”
Chad Littlefield, adventure educator
“This book is incredibly important – it offers the step-by-step how-to’s that ensure group activities are successfully facilitated.”
Sean Graze, corporate trainer