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58 1/2 Ways to Improvise in Training: Improvisation Games and Activities for Workshops, Courses and Team Meetings by Paul Z. Jackson
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 7.32" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.93 lbs.
Publisher Crown House Publishing
ISBN 1904424147 ISBN13 9781904424147
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More About Paul Z. Jackson
Paul Z. Jackson is an independent training consultant with a wide variety of clients in both the public and private sectors. He has variously been a print journalist, senior producer at the BBC and university lecturer. He is also the author of Impro Learning.
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Flexible & User Friendly Apr 6, 2008
Although many games were not particularly applicable to my content-heavy training classes, each activity was clearly explained and well organized with several possible variations included at the end. I found plenty of creative and applicable material for any size group and subject matter. Definitely belongs on the bookshelf of every trainer.
An extraordinarily handy warm-up and focus guide Jul 9, 2004
58 1/2 Ways To Improvise In Training is an anthology of games and activities especially designed to create an environment of active improvisation, experimentation, imagination, and energy. Physical and verbal activities alike serve as icebreakers and means to shake people out of their morning doldrums, whether for a team meeting or workshop training session. Each activity is presented with a recommended number of participants, estimated time, and a star rating indicating how focuses that activity is on bringing out a high energy level, individual strengths, team coordination, or visual, verbal, and physical skills. Instructions for the trainer to say aloud to the participants, sidecoach recommendations, debriefing questions to ask of the participants after the activity, and suggested variations or developments for each activity make 58 1/2 Ways To Improvise In Training easy to understand and apply to immediate practical use. An extraordinarily handy warm-up and focus guide for bringing the best out of groups of people.