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Over 600 Icebreakers And Games

Author : Jennifer Carter
ISBN : 1908567104
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 24. 30 MB
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With literally 100's of icebreaker questions, dozens of activities and team-building games, this book will help you to use icebreakers with ease, build effective teams and be a team leader who makes things happen. Icebreaker topics include: Getting To Know One Another, Hates 'n' Loves, Hopes & Dreams, Fun Ice Breakers, Icebreakers for Men, Icebreakers for Women and Ideas & Creative Thinking. You'll learn what makes a good icebreaker and how to avoid icebreaker blunders. In "Over 600 Icebreakers & Games" you'll discover stimulating ways to: - set the right climate use icebreakers the right way introduce groups quickly and easily open conversations with strangers start meetings creatively use icebreakers to get to know your team create a problem solving atmosphere discover your teams strengths and weaknesses break down barriers & boost teamwork skills build trust stimulate communication skills share personal highs and lows think outside the box get results in minutes use fun activities to energize your team Whatever your team or small group is like, this book will give you the tools to build a great team!

Groupwork Practice For Social Workers

Author : Karin Crawford
ISBN : 9781473911505
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 51. 92 MB
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Working with families, carers, groups and communities is something all social work students must prepare for. Written to guide you through these varied and complex groupwork situations, this book explores the knowledge, skills and values required for groupwork practice. Divided into two parts, the first provides an understanding of groupwork, its concepts and contexts, while the second takes you step-by-step through groupwork practice, from planning and preparation, to starting out, facilitating and finally ending work with a group. Different service contexts including work with children, with users who have learning disabilities, in mental health settings, and more, are covered throughout the book, with case studies, activities and reflective opportunities helping you to understand the complexities of these contexts. This text is a comprehensive and contemporary guide to groupwork in social work today.

Facilitation Skills For Ministry

Author : Jo Whitehead
ISBN : 9780281068784
Genre : Religion
File Size : 27. 30 MB
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This book is designed for those who wish to encourage and empower through their leadership skills. Facilitation is about managing process - drawing people in, enabling them to contribute and holding the boundaries and values of a context to create a safe and productive place. Many ministry training courses do not teach facilitation skills per se and ministers are often left to learn on the job. Some become effective facilitators through reflection on their practice, others develop tacit skills. Many others flounder when it comes to facilitating effectively and participatively. In a culture where ministry roles increasingly involve community involvement and working with congregations who expect to participate in decision making and ministry, this skill set is one that is increasingly needed. This is particularly important in pioneer contexts where a more team-based approach is the norm.

Sources Of Information On Play And Recreation

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ISBN : MINN:319510009169208
Genre : Play
File Size : 86. 72 MB
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Ice Breakers Games And Stunts For Large And Small Groups

Author : Edna Geister
ISBN : NYPL:33433042993463
Genre : Games
File Size : 46. 21 MB
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365 Ways To Live Happy

Author : Meera Lester
ISBN : 9781440504532
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 22. 4 MB
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Becoming happier is easier than you think. With this practical, hands-on guide to all things joyful, you can bliss out in no time. You'll learn how to: Lighten up—once and for all Work shorter and play longer Practice pleasing yourself first Attract more fun-friendly people Go from dull routine to dynamic lifestyle Master the pleasure principle Find meaning moment by moment Forgive, forget, and follow your bliss Reinvent your happy selves, one day at a time This book is all you need to be all you can be, happily!—starting now.

Design Your Own Games And Activities

Author : Sivasailam Thiagarajan
ISBN : 0787964654
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 86. 51 MB
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Smart trainers know that games and activities can involve adults in learning like no other instructional method and no one knows more about games than Sivasailam "Thiagi" Thiagarajan. In this must-have resource, Thiagi shows you how to customize more than thirty different kinds of games -- games that fit the circumstances perfectly and that can be designed in mere minutes.

Ice Breakers Openers

Author : Walt Marcum
ISBN : 0687340594
Genre : Games
File Size : 30. 57 MB
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Designed specifically for youth ministry, the games and activities on these CDs challenge youth group members to communicate and work together for shared success--while having a lot of fun. The CDs' video, images, easy explanations, and printable instructions make it easy to learn and lead these games and activities. The games and activities can be used in a youth program, retreat, lock-in, or just for a fun game night. They These CDs make facilitating activities and games so easy that students can review an activity on the CD and then lead it with their peers. Well-known youth leader Walt Marcum has developed a Leader's Guide to give these activities a Christian focus. Ice Breakers & Openers. Provides 46 activities that include attention-getters, name games, cooperation games, just-for-fun games, breakouts, energizers, and making connections.

State Of California Department Of Education Bulletin

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ISBN : IND:30000131374823
Genre : Education
File Size : 59. 60 MB
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Human Resource Management For Events

Author : Lynn Van der Wagen
ISBN : 9781136397233
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 24. 61 MB
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Human Resource Management for Events is the first text to cover management of human resources in the event environment. Linking theory, research and application it covers the differing and various types of event in which human resource management is key, such as: * Business Events - a vast sector including events people who manage conferences, exhibitions, incentive trips and individual business travel. * Sporting Events - this sector includes sporting events ranging from the Olympic Games, Rugby World Cup, Soccer World Cup, Tour de France, Grand Prix to many smaller, local sporting events. * Arts and Entertainment - the logistics, risk and financial issues facing entertainment events are leading to the development of more sophisticated operational skills for this sector. Music festivals are increasingly popular. * Public Events - civic ceremonies, parades, celebrations, festivals and protests all fall within the scope of public events. Planning, approval and risk management are increasingly on the agenda for all levels of government. The particular challenges provided by such events are varied. The size of the workforce explodes at the time of the event to include the event management team, many paid staff, hundreds of volunteers and multiple contractors, such as food vendors and cleaning teams. Everyone working on the site comes into the scope of the event workforce. Little time is available for training and motivation plays a key role in retention and customer service. Decision making occurs on the run and the event is over before anyone can think about performance appraisal. The environment is further characterised by a fast pace, high stress levels and many workers are fatigued by the bump in period before the event audience pours through the gates to add yet another level of pressure. These features of the human resources environment are quite different to those of the traditional workforce. Human Resource Management for Events is vital reading for both students and practitioners involved in this crucially important aspect of event management.

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