Re: Team Building
David Farrar (dpf@IHUG.CO.NZ)
Tue, 31 Dec 1996 18:49:22 +1300
At 23:29 30/12/96 -0600, you wrote:
>Would anyone have any suggestions for team building exercises avail on the
>net that could be used as part of a PLC outing. We've recently gone
>through Leadership training for members of the PLC and are now gona have an
>outing Jan 4-5 where the PLC will work on planning the 1997 calendar of
>activities. We thought some team building activities would be a good way
>to break things up, burn a little excess energy, and yet help keep the PLC
>focused on working together on the task at hand.
One fun good one is having them put up a tent with all but one member
blindfolded. The one member who can see is not able to do anything himself
and can only direct. It leads to good teamwork and a lot of fun.
To paint it up a bit the scenario is their plane has crashed on an iceberg
and sunk. They need to set up the tent and get everyone inside withon 10
mins or freeze to death. You tie some ropes together and form a circle
about 1 - 2 metres out from the tent which is the iceberg and if they step
over they drown. All but one person has snow blindness and can not see and
the one who has, broke both hes legs and arms.
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