Here’s a familiar puzzle, but with a surprising answer – an answer that points toward an essential ingredient essential, often overlooked, for launching a change effort. You probably know the instructions. Not long ago, we flashed them on the screen at a conference of leaders charged with leading a game-changing shift in how their company […]
This is me at the Banff Centre in stunning Banff, Canada. What you can’t see are the rug burns on my knees from being tackled and thrown to the ground by my co-facilitators Karen Dawson and Ian Prinsloo. Yep, that’s right. While facilitating. If you liked the sound of the game described in the last […]
Here’s a game to try. My Dublin-based colleague Kay Scorah of Have More Fun sent this email the other day to a group of folks she plays with: This game just posted by a friend of Sean’s on FB. I am sooooo stealing it.
The secret to rocking the house with these little bits of delish is to use surprisingly good ingredients. Here’s how to cook up the prize requested by the winning team of the experimental Conflict Skill-Building Game.
I, as my British colleagues say with classic understatement, am chuffed. This week was the finish line for a big experiment, the 28-day competitive conflict-skills-building game I’ve been running with a client group. The experiment succeeded well beyond my expectations. (For those of you just tuning in, catch the backstory in the Game On: Conflict competition […]
It’s been 48 hours, and you probably haven’t thought about anything but who scored what during Week 3. Who’s going to get that dessert? What’s it going to be? Let me put an end to your sleepless nights. (At least some of them.) Here’s where we landed.
Since I am the self-appointed point fairy in this game, YOU all now have 100 extra bonus points. Here’s what happened in Week 2 of the game, and how I used your playful, insightful ideas to spice up Weeks 2 and 3.
“Dead man elected as mayor to oust unpopular woman.”
At On Your Feet, we’re big believers in saying what’s real. (Life is complex enough already, right?) When we get a question from an audience that we can’t answer, we just… uh… say we don’t have the answer. And then do our best to help them find it. That said, Jonah Lehrer, contributing editor at Wired […]
By being unrealistic and crunched for time, I recently discovered a new way to start a follow-up meeting. The session had been rescheduled several times. Stragglers were making us late and, frankly, I was getting irritated. Because I’m a champion eavesdropper, it was easy to overhear that the team’s memory of our last meeting was dim […]