This collection of mind-opening games aims to help promote intuitive, right-brain thinking. It provides advice on learning how to learn, and how to adapt to the changing demands of today's workplace. There is also coverage of problem-solving, decision-making, team-building and other topics.
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Training games that help you open closed minds! Here are the powerful learning and creativity-enhancing games that trainers have been searching for! Every trainer is faced with the challenge of opening minds resistant to learning. These activities help open minds and prepare trainees mentally to soak up new information, to see and think in new ways, and to develop more creative problem-solving, decision-making, and communicating skills. These games actually help trainees learn to learn! By promoting intuitive, right-brain thinking, the activities in this book help trainees adapt to the fast-changing demands and ever-increasing learning requirements of today's workplace. a convenient chart helps treainers select activities that: Promote paradigm shiftsl Teach right-brain thinking; Spark creativity!; Spur problem-solving; Help with managing change; Build teams; Build analytic skills; Promote communication; Improve thinking and decision-making skills. This unique collection of 45 mind-opening games can add powerful new perceptions to any learning session. Best of all, activities such as Fairy Tales, Tom and Jerry, and Postcards are fun for trainers and trainees alike! Included are a set of reproducible handouts. Long after the training sessions are over, the impact of these games will still be helping trainees grow more perceptive, creative, and flexible!About the Author:
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1996. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP89312610