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Ask the group for input To move the discussion from between the facilitator and the disruptive person to the group and the disruptive person.
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facilitation
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Game Breaks (Word Search) for Online Facilitation This game break activity keeps participants engaged during an extended online meeting or training.
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Add Implementators to Team To unblock a group that seems to be stuck
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Human Spectragram A group face to face exercise to help surface similarities and differences in a group, help people to get to know each other and to do something together that is active.
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Opportunity and Threat Grid OD-7 To examine the uncertainties and risks as well as the opportunities of the project and to create an understanding of the risks and opportunities and the group's ability to influence them.
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What Would the Founders Say? To use the spirit of the founders of the organization as inspiration for confronting today’s issues, perhaps as an opening to a strategic planning session.
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the paper clip method Showing people the power of brainstorming
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V-R-C Process A quick planning process.
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Matrix To use two sets of variables to generate ideas.
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The Sound and the Fury A fun even silly game to loosen the group up and play a little.
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Crazy Brain Gym To engage participants in a fun exercise that uses all their senses.
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Deserted Island The Deserted Island Method is a good warm-up for a idea generating session. It starts the process of creative thinking by creating alternative solutions to surviving on a deserted island with limited resources.
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