50 Activities for Coaching-Mentoring (50 Activities Series) by Donna Berry

By Donna Berry

The 50 actions during this source booklet were established with hundreds of thousands of individuals to make sure their appropriateness and effectiveness for various range education wishes. staff in any respect degrees might be motivated via interactively studying approximately cultural and gender modifications, and gaining knowledge of new abilities for speaking extra successfully in our diversified places of work. each one task is able to use and contains trainer's notes and all useful handouts and overhead transparency masters. They every one take among 15 and forty five mins to accomplish.

Activities hide
Diversity icebreakers
Change
communication
conflict solution
Gender at paintings
Culture and occupation transitions

Training goals
Illustrate how cultural alterations may perhaps impression habit
Increase understanding of the influence of tradition within the office
Demonstrate abilities for dealing with a culturally varied workforce
Address problems with gender within the office

Training equipment
Icebreakers
Participative workouts
Role-plays
Mini case studies

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Each participant should complete the same number of cards as there are group members. Step 4: Start the activity. Notes: Have participants walk around the room and meet with one another. As they meet, they exchange business cards and take 1 to 2 minutes to discuss the roles they have written on their cards. ” ∼ 32 ∼ Activity 3 50 Activities for Coaching/Mentoring Step 5: Getting acquainted (optional). Notes: If used as an icebreaker, when participants meet they should introduce themselves and find out about one another.

Names can be of those who are either living or dead, real or fictional, all of the same type, or mixed. Some examples: John Wayne Madonna George Bush Moses Tom Sawyer Jimmy Stewart Cher Bill Clinton Jesus Huck Finn Another option is to prepare name tags in pairs so that the activity has two steps: 1. Find out who you are. 2. Find the person who goes with you. For example: Salt/Pepper Sugar/Cream George/Gracie Abbott/Costello Bush/Cheney Bill/Hillary Step 2: Introduce the activity. Notes: Review the objectives.

Conclude by relating the top choices to information you have (or will) be covering during the course. ∼ 33 ∼ 4 Who am I? Description This activity encourages physical interaction and encourages participants to get involved in the learning process. Objectives By the end of this activity, participants will be able to • • ask questions to obtain information; and name several other participants. Skill Areas • • • • • Icebreaker Communication Listening Networking Questioning Participants Number: Type: Any Any Time 30 minutes Resources • • • Self-stick labels/name tags or paper signs and straight pins Paper and pen or pencil for each participant Prizes (optional) ∼ 35 ∼ Activity 4 50 Activities for Coaching/Mentoring Method Step 1: Prepare the activity.

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