24th February 2011 From India, Calicut
I am from Bizkul Education. One of the products we offer is a strategy game for leaders at various levels, designed using real situations faced by officials in the Indian Armed Forces which bring out tactical skills of teams. A wide range of scenarios analogous to real situations faced by the military bring out key elements of business strategy and execution like decision making, optimum use of resources, communicating clearly and effectively, and working as a team – completely focused on the Collective Goal.
We are nearing completion of this game and will shortly be having a mock session at our office.
You may contact me by email in case you're interested.
I hope this helps.
24th February 2011 From India, Bangalore
Divide your group into pairs, and have each pair sit in a chair, back to back. Give one person in each pair a picture of a shape, and give the other person a pencil and pad of paper.
Ask the people holding the pictures to give verbal instructions to their partners on how to draw the shape without actually telling the partners what the shape is. After they’ve finished, ask each pair to compare their original shape with the actual drawing, and consider the following questions:
How well did the first person describe the shape?
How well did the second person interpret the instructions?
Were there problems with both the sending and receiving parts of the communication process?
19th July 2012 From India, Calcutta
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