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100 ways to dramatically enhance training.

New Ideas­­AAA of Stress Management­­Brainstorm­­Shuffling Papers­­Overcoming Fear­­These are the names of just a few of the 100 reproducible games you'll find in this lively, inventive collection of instructional aids from the best-selling training author Gary Kroehnert. Perfect for developing employees' abilities in communication, teamwork, initiative, stress and time management, creativity, and more, 100 Training Games makes role plays more effective, simulations more realistic, and exercises more fun!

Each game is self-contained and provides all the necessary instructions and materials. What's more, a unique index grid and system of graphic symbols help you locate and choose complementary games and respond confidently to particular training needs and situations. 100 Training Games is a must-have sourcebook for trainers and managers in all functions and industries.

From the author of the bestselling Basic Training for Trainers comes this lively, inventive collection of instructional aids that are perfect for developing abilities in communication, teamwork, perception skills, and more. Simulations, role-plays, and exercises can be dramatically enhanced using these games. 40 illustrations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780074527702
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/1/1994
  • Series: McGraw-Hill Training Series
  • Edition description: U.S. Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 785,125
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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Table of Contents

Too Many Solutions?
Human Machines
Garage Sale
Clear the Deck
New Ideas
I Am ...
Telling Lies
AAA of Stress Management Introductions
join the Dots
Brain Teasers
Scavenger Hunt
Action Plans
Stretch Monitor
Tied in Knots
Common Words
What's Your Name?
Pass It On
Building Blocks
Put Your jacket On
Light Your Cigarette
Stepping In
What Do People Want?
Capital Punishment
The Word Game
Spelling Bee
Another Spelling Bee
Team Task No. 1
Team Task No. 2
3-Minute Test
Pass the Microphone
The Watch Face
Note to Me
The Numbers Game
No Laughing
Shuffling Papers
Cleaning Up
What Do You See?
Stress Budget
Our Greatest Fears
Balloon Ball
Tortoise, Hare or Thoroughbred
Where Are We Now?
Overcoming Fear
Memory Test
Say What?
Room 703
List of Names
Folding Paper
Learning by Linking
What Is It?
Circuit Overload
tebahplA ehT
How's Your Memory?
Tennis Balls
Having Fun
My Worries
Moon Explorer Problem
Fall-out Shelter
A Case of Labelling
Follow-up to Murphy's Law
Them and Us
The Brainstorm
Clasp Your Hands
Fold Your Arms
What's My Object?
Come Back
15 Pieces
Participant Bingo
Pick a Shape
2-Minute Talk
Where Did It Go?
Post Me a Note
Spider's Web
The Application
Time Line
Orientation Quiz
People Scavenger
Paper Planes
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    Some of the activities are very good, however, you have to really look for them. Most of them are not very good or old and too familiar. However, the presentation is very good and the book has an easy reference at the begining that you can use to pinpoint the activities that are suitable for different topics.

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