Teamwork Game: Big Safe Island
My father speaks to me about his World War II service and teamwork

Teambuilding Activity: Trust Fall

The Trust Fall teamwork exercise is a "classic" teamwork game because it's so effective at helping an individual and a team explore both how it feels to trust and be trusted.  The experience creates an opening for the team and the teamwork facilitator to have a real and meaningful discussion about how to create a high trust environment.

This is an advanced activity and should only be led by extremely competent people.

Would you like to lead this teambuilding game with your group?

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  • Setup & Preparation directions
  • Rules
  • Comments and insights about the teambuilding game
  • Debriefing suggestions
  • Variations
  • Detailed "how to make it" if props are involved
  • Video clips and photos

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Comments

Norman

can i view your write up for the trust fall game?

thanks

norman

Tom

Responding to Norman's question above - - Yes, you can view the write-up of the trust fall game. Just subscribe to my free teambuilding ideas e-newsletter and I'll send you over 150 teambuilding game write-ups over time (including the Trust Fall write-up). Tom Heck

dlysen

Trust fall can help to develop your attitude. You can notice from the people who can be easily guided. They are the people that trust what ever the leader ask to to.

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