Item description for Getting Together: Icebreakers and Group Energizers by Lorraine L. Ukens...
Overview These brief, interactive games and activities raise your participants' awareness and prepare them to learn something new. Designed to be fun and energizing, the activities help people overcome the initial anxiety common among new acquaintances or in group situations.
Publishers Description These brief, interactive games and activities raise your participants' awareness and prepare them to learn something new. Designed to be fun and energizing, the activities help people overcome the initial anxiety common among new acquaintances or in group situations. This collection is conveniently divided into two categories: 1) icebreakers, which encourage mixing, and 2) group challenges, which energize and build team cohesion. Use these games to: * Promote interaction * Introduce your topic * Ease anxieties regarding sensitive or emotional issues * Form partnerships or teams during the session * Help people feel comfortable with the environment, the topic to be discussed, and one another * Gain control of a group * Get meetings started on a stimulating note Each game is presented in a concise and easy-to-follow format. You'll get details such as objectives, materials required, preparation, activity instructions, variations, discussion questions, group size, time required, and reproducible worksheets or material templates. Use these icebreakers today to energize your group for the work ahead
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.05" Width: 8.36" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.89 lbs.
Release Date Nov 26, 1996
ISBN 0787903558 ISBN13 9780787903558
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More About Lorraine L. Ukens
LORRAINE L. UKENS is the owner of Team-ing with Success, an organization specializing in team building and leadership development. Her wide range of business experience, spanning more than twenty years, is applied in designing, facilitating, and evaluating programs in a variety of training areas.In 1993, Loraine developed a comprehensive three-phase training program, also called TEAM-ING WITH SUCCESS, which was designed to help build and maintain high-performing teams. Since then, additional games and activities have been developed that use hands-on learning experiences to promote constructive group dynamics.Loraine received her M.S. degree in human resource development from Towson State University in Maryland. A writer and consultant, she is an active member of the American School for Training and Development.
Lorraine L. Ukens currently resides in the state of Maryland. Lorraine L. Ukens has an academic affiliation as follows - Team-ing with Success, Glen Arm, Maryland Teaming with Success, Glen A.
Reviews - What do customers think about Getting Together: Icebreakers and Group Energizers?
Very useful Dec 31, 2001
I have read all the reviews and agree with every one of them. This book provides some great icebreakers and energizers and does a good job of explaining them.
Yes, you can get similar exercises in other books, there are a ton out there, but for someone who needs a lot of good exercises in one book, this may be your choice.
Great Resource Nov 29, 2000
I found this to be an excellent source of icebreakers. The activities get people involved and excited.
A Different Point of View Nov 29, 2000
Personally, I found this book to be a great resource and found many of the activities new and refreshing. The ones that seemed more "tried and true" were accompanied by insightful uses for a variety of interpersonal skills. The price is well within the range of other resources of this type. I say, give it a try -- you'll like it. The other books by this author continue to present a host of fun-filled and educational activities.
Too expensive, too short, same old-same old stuff Oct 28, 2000
This book has a lot of so-called energizers which have appeared in one form or another in 30 other books on the same topic. There's nothing fresh about this approach and the textbook manufacturer has, as usual, priced this way beyond its worth.skip it.